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Dwyane Wade will go down as one of the greatest shooting guards to ever play, and he went out with a triple-double to end it. He recorded 25 points, 10 assists, and 11 rebounds.
It is too difficult to summarize what Wade meant to the NBA and the Miami Heat in his career, but rest assured he will be remembered forever. 'One Last Ride' has made its final stop in a legendary career. Thank you Dwyane Wade.
Dwyane Wade started on Tuesday night and exploded for 30 points in his final home game ever. Wade shot 10-for-23 (4-10 from beyond the arc), and produced three assists and three rebounds.
With the Pistons and Hornets both winning, the Heat were officially eliminated from playoff contention. Not getting hung up on the disappointing season, the Heat celebrated the career and impact Wade has made in Miami. The likes of family, friends, video tributes, and more, made its way into the American Airlines Arena. While a 60-point Kobe Bryant final game scenario seems unlikely, expect Wade to start again and not feel shy to shoot. What a ride for #3.
Dwyane Wade caught fire from three against the Raptors, shooting 4-for-6 beyond the arc. He totaled 21 points, five rebounds, and three assists.
With what could be his third-to-last ever game, Wade isn't going to let you think that. He continues to play at a high level, and with only two games left and still a chance at the playoffs, look for the Heat to lean on father prime. The Hall-of-Famer suits up again on Tuesday against the 76ers.
Dwyane Wade scored 17 points, with seven rebounds, six assists, and four turnovers in Wednesday's loss against the Celtics.
With only a few games left in the regular season, and potentially his career, many are wondering why Wade is tying up his laces. The 37-year-old legend continues his productive play for the Heat, with averaging 16.8 points, 3.8 assists, 5.4 rebounds, and 1.3 steals per game over the last 10. He will try to further his career by pushing the ninth-seed Heat into the playoffs, who are back 0.5 games to the Magic.
Dwyane Wade (hip) is probable to play for the Heat when they take on the Thunder on Monday.
Wade shouldn't be limited as he already played through this injury once. Wade should be able to play through some stuff down the stretch as long as the Heat are playoff-relevant.