The Miami veteran displayed flash-like abilities tying the game with just 12.6 seconds to force OT, leveling the series at 2-2.
Dwayne Wade incredibly lifts his team to a 94-87 OT victory, reflecting his vintage 03’, 06’self.
The superstar now can be placed with the basketball gods in the NBA Hall of Fame, as he reaches Jordan and Magic numbers.
After Monday night’s win at Miami, Dwayne had surpassed Magic Johnson for 13th in All Time NBA Playoffs Scoring. The superstar’s had also reached more legendary heights, passing Michael Jordan for most blocks as a NBA PG (6-4’’-6-6’’).
Wade is in good graces with the basketball gods as he is one of the only players to keep the fire lit for Miami, as the Heat and Raptors are
shooting a career low percentage wise for the playoffs. Leading the team in points,Wade has been averaging an incredible 27 points per game in the Miami vs. Toronto series.
The 13 year NBA veteran has been showing no signs of father time, as he is making swift moves to get to the basket, blocking shots, draining three-pointers, and even stealing the ball. He is carrying his team on back; with the absence of Bosh and now Whiteside, Wade has taken over the NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals matchup.
Can Dwayne Wade keep this up?
The incredible pace the superstar is having this 2016 NBA Postseason is catching the league by storm, and reiterating why is a he MVP, 12x NBA All-Star, 3x NBA Champion, and future Hall of Famer.
Swinging the momentum back to an even shift, the Miami Heat has new life with the possibility to take a 3-2 series lead tomorrow night at 5 p.m. This will be no easy task for Wade’s team, for the sold-out crowd in Toronto will be a tough environment to play; but when all said and done, the Heat has gained new energy going into Game 5.
Wade, 34, is playing these 2016 NBA Playoffs like he is in his prime – dismissing all of the questions on his health and age. The superstar looks revitalized, rejuvenated, and prepared; vintage Wade is competing this postseason with a chip on his shoulder, making statements to the league that he is far from down and out.
With new team chemistry to follow, and with the absence of his fellow Superstar giants, looks like Wade will have to take the initiative for the Miami Heat once again; however, he will need help from his All-Star counterparts Joe Johnson, Luo Deng, Goran Dragić, and even Amare Stoudemire.