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The Rockets beat the Heat last night 106-103, partially because they were able to hold LeBron James well under his previous game-high of 61 points. Unfortunately, the Heat lost more than just the game — it appears that their (sometimes, when he’s not injured) starting shooting guard Dwyane “Three” Wade was killed last night by James Harden.
Is Dwyane Wade’s ex-wife homeless? Our guess is no. Hard to imagine why this relationship didn’t work.
Wade’s latest terrible nickname has now been taken to the next level. Just as he doesn’t answer to “Dwyane Wade” and only answers to “Three,” so does Twitter.
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you Yesterday’s Awesome Moment, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you skipped last night’s action, or have forgotten what day it is. Last night, for the first time this playoffs we were watching vintage Wade, instead of the shell of himself Wade, we’d all come to know and love.
Haslem with the snap, drops back into the pocket, slings a pass DEEP up the middle to LeBron James. But it’s short! James readjusts, battles cornerback Jeff Teague in the air and…it’s…INCOMPL- WAIT! NO! Tip Drill! James, falling to the ground, tips the ball towards Dwyane Wade for the Touchdown! Miami leads a lot to a little.
The Miami Heat won a franchise-record 15 games in a row Monday night, defeating the Minnesota Timberwolves 97-81. Dwyane Wade had a fantastic night, finishing with 32 points, 10 assists, and 7 rebounds. With 11 points and 9 rebounds, Chris Bosh had a pretty decent night too. Clearly, it wasn’t as impressive as Wade’s, but Chris still needed his share of the spotlight.
Note To Tyreke Evans: If You’re Going To Pad Your Stats At The End Of The Game, At Least Make The Layup
Last night’s Sacramento-Miami double-overtime thriller pretty much shocked anyone who watches basketball. The Kings, who kind of suck, were on the road against a Miami team that was in the midst of an 11-game winning streak. The Heat eventually pulled it out 141-129, but not without LeBron’s masterful 40 points, 16 assists and eight rebounds against a team that just wouldn’t go away. This includes the final seconds and etiquette-smashing Tyreke Evans.