Dwyane Wade hosting fashion show RunWade on Sunday

Dwyane Wade hosting fashion show RunWade on Sunday

Dwyane Wade will host A Night on the RunWade presented by DSquared2 on Sunday, March 19 at Revel Fulton Market in Chicago to share his passion for fashion and raise funds to benefit the Wade's World Foundation.

Runway looks from Dsquared2's Fall/Winter 2017 pre and runway collections will be presented.

The fifth annual fashion event, themed "Reflections," returns for the first time in Chicago with a fashion show presented by DSquared2 and a night featuring VIP guests, cocktails, culinary delights from some of Chicago's top restaurants and chefs, entertainment, auction items and special surprises. All proceeds from the event will go to Wade's non-profit organization, the Wade's World Foundation, to benefit the Chicago community.

Anthony Anderson is hosting the event. The red carpet starts at 5:45 p.m., with players arriving at 6 p.m. The VIP pre-reception starts at 6 p.m. and doors open for general admission at 7 p.m.

Tickets have different tiers. The gold level, which features priority viewing for fashion show, access for 10 people to VIP pre-reception (6-7 p.m.) and name/logo in program costs $3,500. For half the price, the silver level offers best available viewing area for fashion show and general admission access for 10 people.

Individual VIP tickets cost $350 and general admission tickets go for $175.

Bulls: Could a knee injury have slowed Jimmy Butler in the fourth quarter against Celtics?

Bulls: Could a knee injury have slowed Jimmy Butler in the fourth quarter against Celtics?

As Jimmy Butler sat with his sweat-soaked jersey still attached to his body, Dwyane Wade yelled out that all the hot water was gone from the TD Garden showers, a fitting end to a miserable night.

Butler hadn't yet gone to the showers because electrodes were attached to his knees, but it was the left one that prevented him from being as aggressive as he should have been in the Bulls' 108-97 loss to the Celtics on Wednesday night.

Butler's 30-foot buzzer-beater to end the third quarter seemed to indicate a harbinger of things to come, giving the Bulls an 81-79 lead. A fourth-quarter explosion likely would have sent the Bulls back to Chicago with a 3-2 lead and a chance to clinch the series at home Friday night.

But he could only muster two shots and barely seemed to push off on his left foot—his lead foot, and it hampered what the Bulls could do late as he was their prime fourth-quarter performer.

He couldn't even go straight up on a jumper over the diminutive Isaiah Thomas without pump-faking, throwing off his rhythm. He wouldn't elaborate on the injury, although he said it happened during the second half of Game 4 on Sunday night when he collided with a Celtics player.

"I'm good. Everyone's a little nicked up; I'll be all right," Butler said in the locker room.

Going 6-for-15 overall, one would have thought Butler was conserving his energy, but he clearly didn't have his usual spunk. It was partly the reason Dwyane Wade took over more, with 26 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists, but having Butler around could have helped close a game that got away from them in a four-minute stretch where the Bulls lost their composure.

Wade has had to play through his share of injuries during his career, and although he wouldn't divulge whatever Butler was going through, it seemed as if they had a conversation about managing his body.

"We've talked about it. When you've had any limitations no matter what, at this time of year people are banged-up," Wade said. "It's expected. But we have to do a better job of putting him in different places on the basketball floor.

"I don't know exactly what he's going through or what he's feeling, but it's tough when you are, and you try to beat a guy from halfcourt to the rim, or three defenders. So we've got to a better job of finding areas for him to work without having to work so hard. That's on all of us."

Bulls Talk Podcast: Breaking down the Game 5 loss


Bulls Talk Podcast: Breaking down the Game 5 loss

Mark Schanowski, Kendall Gill and Will Perdue analyze Game 5 between the Bulls and Celtics, how the Bulls can correct their mistakes for Friday night and whether Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade have enough left in the tank to win two straight against the top seed in the Eastern Conference.