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Wade finishes last game with triple-double
    2019-04-12  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

DWYANE WADE was hurting, sitting on the training table trying to get enough treatment to get him on the floor one last time.

A couple hours later, he looked like a guy capable of playing well beyond what was the final night of his career.

Wade had 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in his last NBA game, which the Brooklyn Nets won by beating the Miami Heat 113-94 Wednesday night to finish 42-40 and clinch the No. 6 seed in the Eastern Conference.

With close friends LeBron James, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony leading the cheers from their courtside seats, Wade had his fifth career triple-double in three quarters. He fittingly secured it with a pass to Udonis Haslem, his teammate of 15 years who plays sparingly now and made his only start of the season.

“I was like, I don’t know why, but everybody feels like now you’ve got to go out and score 60 in your last game because Kobe did it,” Wade said, wearing a sparkling gold jacket and gold sneakers. “So hopefully I took the bar all the way back down and say let’s go get a triple-double, that’s easier.”

A night after scoring 30 points in his final game in Miami, Wade showed one more time that he’s walking away with his skills intact.

He played 36 minutes, dribbling out the shot clock the final time he had the ball before checking out with 10 seconds remaining. Then it was time for a lengthy postgame celebration on the court with teammates and friends. “The man went out with a triple-double. Don’t let that go unnoticed. He had a triple-double,” All-Star D’Angelo Russell said. “He is a guy that paved the way for a lot of us. He’s been with that franchise for that long period of time. He’s Mr. Miami.”

The game was a final chance to celebrate Wade, the three-time NBA champion who was ending his 16th and final NBA season.

He was loudly cheered from the moment he emerged alone from the tunnel for pregame layups. (SD-Agencies)

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