Dwyane Wade and the "Dallas Dynasty"?

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After the jump you'll find a video invite just posted to Vimeo in which you're invited to the Fashion Industry Gallery on Ross Avenue February 13 for a shindig being billed as "Dallas Dynasty 2010: Flash to the Future," which will be "hosted" by the Miami Heat guard. It's but one of two wingdings planned for the F.I.G. (so far) during NBA All-Star Weekend -- Boyz n the Hood director John Singleton's being feted one night later during the Black Hollywood Red Carpet Affair. But, seriously, the MVP of the 2006 NBA Finals (or His People, at least) has a lot of basketballs using that name for the event.

Dwyane Wade presents Dallas Dynasty 2010: FLASH to the FUTURE from Ineffable Media on Vimeo.

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