Larry Blustein

Thank You, Dwyane Wade

Alex Donno
April 11, 2019 - 2:02 pm

Dwyane Wade's "One Last Dance" has come to an end. 

Miami's ultimate champion has finished his remarkable career with an incredible week. 

Wade scored 30 points in his final home game on Tuesday night. Somehow, he found a way to outdo himself Wednesday in Brooklyn, in the final game of his career. 

Wade recorded his fifth career triple-double (and first since 2011) with 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists against the Nets. Fittingly, the assist that brought Wade's stat line to a triple double went to...

Haslem, by the way, played 30 minutes and recorded a double-double with 12 points and 11 boards. 

Whenever South Floridians debate the greatest athlete in the area's history, it always comes down to two names: Dwyane Wade and Dan Marino. 

Marino shouted out Wade on Wednesday from his Twitter account.


An amazing chapter in the history of South Florida sports is closed. Dwyane Wade's impact on the court will be missed, but his L3GACY lives on.