John Legend & Chrissy Teigen squashed by Dwyane Wade during basketball game

Posted April 12, 2019

"I gave this game everything I had", he said.

Dwyane Wade's final home game of his career was surely one to remember, at least for John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.

LeBron James had a front-row seat for the final game of Dwyane Wade's career.

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But while most basketball romantics are hoping that the 37-year-old can extend his farewell tour into the play-offs, his team's post-season hopes dimmed after they fell to a 111-109 loss at the already eliminated Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday. In the clip, Regina is seen looking stunned and raising her arms to protect herself as the 25-year-old player grazes her high bun, and crashes into statistician Dave Fried, who was working next to commentator Mike Breen. Thanks to a new Budweiser ad celebrating the life and legacy of Wade, you should load up on tissues and prepare to do a full-on ugly cry.

His mother, Pastor Jolinda Wade, recounted the hard times Wade and that he and his family had to endure while growing up in Chicago and how Wade in recent years bought her a church at which she could preach.

In exchange, Ghersi presented Wade with Joaquim's own basketball jersey that he had worn in the season preceding his untimely death.

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"I'm proud of that, because it took me back to me and my sister being young and she telling me to pray for what I wanted, and I prayed for this and it came true". "And I think she was prescient in making fun of him early, long before he ever thought about running for president". "They know that I will always be there for them, especially in a moment like this".

One fan told the athlete: "Miami will forever love you". It took him a little bit to get going, as Jarrett Allen added Wade to the list of stars whose shots he's blocked this season - a list that included James.

Dwyane Wade began his career as a basketball player at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, back in 2001.

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As you can imagine, folks across social media had something to say about the child rocking with the LGBT community.