Dolphins' Dan Marino: Miami belongs to Heat's Dwyane Wade

Dolphins' Dan Marino: Miami belongs to Heat's Dwyane Wade

Dolphins' Dan Marino: Miami belongs to Heat's Dwyane Wade

Wade, who is playing his final National Basketball Association season, got five more "jerseys" in a video released by Budweiser on Tuesday.

"You're not Wade the basketball player - the legend", Andrea Oliver says to Wade in the video. Wade had been getting stand ovations on the road during his #OneLastDance retirement tour, while opposing crowds would roar like it was the NBA Finals whenever Nowitzki hit a jumper, even though he didn't officially announce his retirement until Tuesday night. There was also a man who admitted he was headed down the wrong path until Wade's words inspired him to make a positive life change.

The moment was captured by Miami Herald staff photographer Charles Trainor Jr and shared by the newspaper, who tweeted Chrissy the message: "Let us know if you want a copy of this one".

"I think everybody close to me understands that this is a for-real thing for me", he said.

The shooting guard's mother, Jolinda Wade, was also featured in the video and thanked her son for giving her the funds to buy a church.

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When Miami Heat star and future Hall of Famer Dwyane Wade calls time on his 16-year National Basketball Association career at the end of the season, it will leave such a void in his heart that he will "be in therapy". Wade suffered severe knee shoulder injuries throughout his career. "I have no idea how emotional it's going to be". I played 10 years with who?

Wade is the first of the group to officially retire, though each of the other three players were free to go to Brooklyn.

"Speaker Pelosi has helped to demonstrate in her practice how to say 'no.' If there was one word you would help, particularly women, use more frequently, what would that one word be?"

The primary being Wade's reckless slashing style leading him to significant knee injuries that ailed him in his 30s.

That said, though their career numbers favor Wade, the regular-season numbers they accumulated in the back half of their careers lean towards Pierce while the playoff numbers lean towards Wade.

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