Wade posted to Instagram following the game, and couldn’t help but make a joke about the lopsided defeat.
The loss is certainly disappointing, but Wade’s post is an important reminder to not take yourself too seriously.
Beyond that, the Heat have won four of their last six games and still sit atop the Southeast Division. Still, if they want to maintain that standing, they will have to make sure not to repeat the performance that they put out against the Bucks. While 11 members of the Heat roster scored in Tuesday night’s game, only two managed to reach double digits.
Wade finished the game with just nine points, four assists, and three rebounds.
Based on this post, it’s clear that Wade has already managed to move on from his down night against the Bucks. Hopefully, that also means he is already preparing for Miami’s next matchup against the Detroit Pistons later this week.