Watch: LeBron James Reacts to Dwyane Wade And Son’s Hilarious Workout Dance Moves

Dwyane Wade may be retired, but he has found the perfect way to keep fans entertained. Wade has shared a lot of videos on Instagram and TikTok, and he had plenty of time to do something new. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has forced everyone to stay at home, and Wade doesn’t mind any of that. Moreover, he had lot of fun at home. In his videos, Wade shared his support for the Black Lives Matter movement. In some of the videos, we can see his kids. Well, LeBron James sure follows every move his dear Dwyane Wade made.

Last week, the former Miami Heat superstar shared a dance video. In this video, he and his son Zaire dance like professionals.

The 38-year-old is in the gym. Zaire started a TikTok dance to Right Foot, Now Left Foot. The NBA superstar added the hashtag #dancebreak to his video, telling everyone that he is 20 years older than his 18-year-old son.

Wade first followed his son’s steps and then went freestyling. He was dancing on his own and finished the video like a pro. This video attracted the attention of Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and 2 Chainz. NBA legend Isiah Thomas reacted to Wade’s dance video, too. Actress Kate Hudson wrote that the video “is the best.”

LeBron James respects Dwyane Wade

This doesn’t come as a surprise. LeBron and Wade react to each other’s posts on social media. They have developed a really great relationship since LeBron’s arrival in Miami in 2011.

Wade’s TikTok videos feature his lovely wife Gabrielle Union and their kids. We could also see him dye his hair. It was bright red and then went pink in June. That’s not all. Wade let a self-taught 17-year-old hairstylist do his hair. The hairstylist painted a flame at the back of his head.

In another video, we can see Wade hanging out with his daughter Zaya. She has amazing pink hair, too. Many have compared Wade to Chicago Bulls legend Dennis Rodman. This hairstyle was a tribute to the Miami Heat. The superstar spent 15 seasons with Miami. He also played with the Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers before going back to Miami. Wade retired in 2019.