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Dwyane Wade Lets LeBron James Know That He’s Better Than Him in at Least One Category
- Updated: April 11, 2019
D-Wade let Bron know he is better than him in at least one category ? pic.twitter.com/2wwK5Q5APd
— Yahoo Sports NBA (@YahooSportsNBA) April 11, 2019
“So I’m trying to grow my hair and also show the people around me that at 37 I can still keep it going. So, that’s the one thing I got on LeBron,” Wade joked. “Besides that, he got a lot. I can’t say much else, but I can always use the hair thing so I got to keep something in our friendship that I can use against my guy.
James and Wade are very close friends, so much so that the four-time MVP came to the Heat icon’s final career game. The two All-Stars both came out of the 2003 NBA Draft and have had tremendous careers.
While James’ ride has accumulated more accolades, the two friends have shared a ton of success together. Playing together from 2010 to 2014, the dynamic duo went to four straight NBA Finals, captured two championships and put on some of the best two-man highlights in league history.
Before Wade hung it up on Tuesday, the 6-foot-4 shooting guard went out in style. In his last career game, the veteran recorded an impressive triple-double of 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. Although the Heat lost the contest, fans were treated with vintage performance for the ages.
The Heat’s all-time leading scorer concluded his career with averages of 22.0 points, 5.4 assists and 4.7 rebounds per game.