Video: Dwyane Wade Comes Through in Clutch in Epic Flip Cup Game

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Although Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade is officially part of the retirement club, the shooting guard is still getting wins off the hardwood.

Wade, 37, and Gabrielle Union took a trip to Nebraska this past weekend to watch the Cornhuskers take on Ohio State University. While the highly anticipated game didn’t quite match expectations, the tailgate activities provided tons of entertainment.

Since Wade has retired, the Heat icon has been caught doing a variety of things. From traveling the world to watching his son play basketball to training other NBA players, the three-time champion has been busy this offseason.

Now, while most of his friends in the NBA are transitioning to training camp, the accomplished 16-year pro will be relaxing at home and watching the game from afar.

The 2006 Finals MVP has career averages of 22.0 points, 5.4 assists and 4.7 rebounds per game.

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