Heat's Wade set for finale at Brooklyn

Heat's Wade set for finale at Brooklyn

Heat's Wade set for finale at Brooklyn

With longtime friends LeBron James, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony sitting courtside, Wade recorded his fifth career triple-double in his 1,054th regular-season game since entering the league as the fifth overall pick out of Marquette in 2003.

Wade exited the court for the last time with 10 seconds remaining.

Though Pierce was one of the game's best players while he was with the Celtics, Wade's accomplishments outshine Pierce's and it's hard to pinpoint a way in which one could logically say Pierce had the better career.

"D-Wade! Congratulations on a great run", said Obama.

Wade, a 37-year-old veteran guard who's played 15 seasons in the National Basketball Association, spent most of his time with the Miami Heat, playing with the organization from 2003-2016 and then back for another run from 2017 on.

"Man i can't believe my favorite athlete of all time is having his last home game tonight".

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Wade, James's former teammate in Miami, responded, treating them to a show in the last game of his 16-year career, with 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in the 113-94 loss to the Brooklyn Nets. That's why I don't want this to be taken as a criticism of Dwyane Wade in any way WHATSOEVER.

LeBron James (center) and Carmelo Anthony cheering on Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade against the Brooklyn Nets in the third quarter at Barclays Center. I mean, at least they didn't inter-cut heartfelt scenes of Dwyane Wade's mother with scenes of people popping a cold one on the beach or the Dilly Dilly King.

That's when Dwyane Wade, who, at 37, is retiring after his 16th National Basketball Association season, chimed in alongside, "I'm his agent". "Unfortunately for our organization and our team we weren't able to put ourselves in a position to win enough games to be in the playoffs, but for what I wanted for this season, I'm happy to say that I completed that".

Wade's final moments in front of the home fans occurred after the Detroit Pistons (40-41) stormed back from a 22-point deficit to beat the Memphis Grizzlies and eliminate the Heat (39-42).

Of course we expect haters and homophobes to feel a ways about this and take to social media to voice their displeasure, but they can kick rocks.

"I'm still just amazed, even after all these years", Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.

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