Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade has been accused of being a dirty player more than once in his career. As one of the NBA "pretty boys," Wade has gotten the benefit of the doubt from many when it comes to the topic of his so-called dirty play. Whether it was breaking Kobe Bryant's nose in the All-Star game, or the hellish hip check on Darren Collison in the playoffs, Wade's fans always defend him as a "clean player."

How clean is kicking a player in the groin? If you ask Ramon Sessions of the Charlotte Bobcats, he'll tell you it's dirty. In fact, he wondered why the refs didn't call any kind of flagrant foul on Wade after the play. As expected, Dwyane simply acted like it was an accident. You be the judge.