- Dwyane Wade defends Nate Robinson after Gilbert Arenas’ message goes viral
- Report: Miami Heat sign Max Strus to training camp deal
- Miami Heat rising star Tyler Herro favored to win 2 NBA awards next season
- Andre Iguodala predicts former Golden State Warriors teammate to win MVP
- Bam Adebayo must achieve one major goal to be paid full supermax contract
- Jae Crowder demands huge request from Miami Heat after bidding farewell
- Bam Adebayo makes epic announcement after he officially signs extension with Miami Heat
- Pat Riley speaks out on Bam Adebayo officially signing 5-year, max rookie contract
- Dwyane Wade recounts him and Jimmy Butler losing $50K to Rajon Rondo, other teammates while gambling
- Precious Achiuwa reveals he was ‘probably the biggest’ Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo fan last season
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.