Dwyane Wade Reveals What He Talks About With LeBron, Melo and CP3 in Their Group Chat

Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James

Dwyane Wade Reveals What He Talks About With LeBron, Melo and CP3 in Their Group Chat

Let's just say these baller BFFs roast each other with zero chill.

Published April 7, 2017

The bond between LeBron JamesDwyane WadeCarmelo Anthony and Chris Paul extends well past the basketball court as a brotherhood of ballers.

Whether it was their infamous banana boat ride photo — minus Melo — in the Bahamas back in the summer of 2015 or calling on their fellow athletes to be more woke and active in their communities to set off the 2016 ESPYS, the NBA All-Star BFFs have given us plenty of moments off the hardwood to show off their friendship.

Well, get ready for one more.

As part of his interview with Sports Illustrated this week, D. Wade revealed what his group chat conversations with King James, Melo and CP3 entail. And sometimes, they don't have anything to do with hoops — they revolve around roasting each other's fashion choices.

"Chris Paul recently, when he was out with his thumb injury, he had wore this, it was really like this diarrhea brown — not diarrhea green —diarrhea brown turtleneck with the jacket," Wade said. "Oh man, I went right to the group chat with the eye emoji like, 'What the?' But they do the same to me. So, we definitely have some fun with each other on things like that."

We feel Wade on this 100 percent. Come on — there aren't many funnier things than roasting your friends in the group chat.

This was the "diarrhea brown turtleneck" that Wade and the fellas slandered Paul about.

And Dwyane, LeBron and Carmelo weren't the only ones to roast the Los Angeles Clippers' point guard over his fashion choices that night earlier this season.

Peep how Kevin Hart dragged him with zero chill.

We're dead. Real tears!

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla

(Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)


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