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Video: Dwyane Wade Takes Kyrie Irving to School During Heat-Celtics Matchup
- Updated: April 3, 2019
Dwyane Wade is putting on an absolute show for Miami Heat fans as his career comes to a close. The shooting guard is pulling out many of his vintage moves, and on Wednesday, he put Kyrie Irving in a blender.
The Boston Celtics point guard tried to contest the shot, but Wade showed off that pretty turnaround jumper that he has made a living off of throughout his career.
D-Wade went vintage on Kyrie pic.twitter.com/PfTHun8Vkh
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 4, 2019
Wade and the Heat are trying to take down the Celtics and move one step closer to securing a playoff spot. Entering Wednesday, the Heat hold a slim half-game lead over the Orlando Magic.
In the five games prior to Wednesday’s game, Wade averaged 17.2 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.8 assists, and 2.0 steals per game. Miami is 3-2 during that span.
Of course, Wade’s impact shouldn’t surprise anyone. Throughout his career, Wade has been a part of winning teams. Consequently, he’s only missed the playoffs twice in his career.
If he continues to play like vintage Wade, it’s hard to see Miami missing the playoffs.