Heat's Wade set for finale at Brooklyn

Heat's Wade set for finale at Brooklyn

Heat's Wade set for finale at Brooklyn

Between the regular season and the playoffs, this was the 254th time in his career Wade scored at least 30 points in a game. Yet given Wade's iconic status in a community in which he's spent the bulk of his career, it's not surprising that there are those who believe that price doesn't matter under these circumstances.

The final regular season game of Wade's illustrious career will happen Wednesday when the Heat travel to NY to play the Brooklyn Nets, but his final regular-season game in front of a Miami crowd is Tuesday against the Philadelphia 76ers.

Tuesday evening's matchup against the playoff-bound Philadelphia 76ers marks the final time that Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade takes the floor in South Beach. But they went 34-22 from there for their first winning record since going 44-38 in 2013-14 - when they were knocked out by Wade's Heat in the second round.

Miami was formally eliminated Tuesday night as Wade's career was celebrated in front of home fans for the final time. And I gotta believe Pierce would be laughing if he saw this.

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To Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, Wade's "One Last Dance" season proved inspirational.

Wade has been exchanging jerseys with players after games this season, but there was one missing.

The ad plays off the way others players have exchanged jerseys with Wade all season but, instead of National Basketball Association stars, Budweiser had Wade meet with five people who were inspired by or have received help from Wade. In return she gave him her cap and gown.

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