Dwyane Wade Gets Standing Ovation After Last Game in the National Basketball Association

Posted April 14, 2019

"It's been an unbelievable journey for my guy", James said, "and I'm happy to be here for the last little roll before that train comes to a stop".

Wade, 37, announced his retirement on Sept 16 before training camp began, and this season has been a farewell tour filled with a few magical moments and some postgame jersey exchanges.

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As Dwyane Wade played out his final National Basketball Association game when the Miami Heat visited the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center, he received a visit from his old pals - none other than LeBron James, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony.

Wade exited the court for the last time with 10 seconds remaining. The Brooklyn Nets have won two consecutive games and are 41-40 on the season. And I gotta believe Pierce would be laughing if he saw this. They are now tied with the Orlando Magic but hold the tiebreaker for the sixth seed and are one game in front of the Detroit Pistons. Unfortunately for the team, their playoff hopes were decided the same night when the Detroit Pistons beat the Memphis Grizzlies to knock the Heat out of contention, so the focus was strictly on the former Marquette baller.

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The Nets are in this position because of what unfolded in a challenging road back-to-back set.

In their 108-96 win over the Pacers on Sunday, the Nets relied on their backcourt pairing of D'Angelo Russell and Harris, who had 20 and 19 points apiece. The most points he recorded in a game was during the year he won the scoring title (30.2 point average).

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