Dwyane Wade will play his last ever regular season game in Miami tonight, and man, it’s going to be more emotional than when Dom and Brian parted ways at the end of Furious 7.
Adding to tonight’s drama is that barring a minor miracle, it will also be Wade’s last game in Miami ever, with the Heat a full game out of the eight-seed and just two days of action remaining.
Here’s what needs to happens for Wade to score one last postseason run:
-Miami beats Philadelphia and Brooklyn.
-Detroit loses to Memphis and New York
-Charlotte loses to either Cleveland or Orlando.
It’s not impossible, it’s just very unlikely.
So, enjoy these last two regular season Wade games while you can, because they might be all we have.
Do yourself a favour and watch this emotional Dwyane Wade commercial.
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The 76ers have hired their first ever female coach.
Anthony Davis wore a ‘That’s All Folks!’ shirt ahead of tonight’s Pelicans finale.
Mike Malone has strongly denied suggestions the Nuggets intentionally lost to the Trail Blazers on Sunday night.
Elton Brand reflected on the moment Dirk Nowitzki earned the right to “never have to play defence”.
Hornets at Cavaliers – 7pm (USA) / 9am (AUS)
Grizzlies at Pistons – 7pm (USA) / 9am (AUS)
Celtics at Wizards – 7pm (USA) / 9am (AUS)
Sixers at Heat – 7:30pm (USA) / 9:30am (AUS)
Knicks at Bulls – 8pm (USA) / 10am (AUS)
Raptors at Timberwolves – 8pm (USA) / 10am (AUS)
Warriors at Pelicans – 8pm (USA) / 10am (AUS)
Suns at Mavericks – 8:30pm (USA) / 10:30am (AUS)
Nuggets at Jazz – 9pm (USA) / 11am (AUS)
Rockets at Thunder – 9:30pm (USA) / 11:30am (AUS)
Blazers at Lakers – 10:30pm (USA) / 1:30pm (AUS)
USA times: ET
Australian times: AEDT