Wades Career Review: Two Brilliant Achievements and Three Greatest Spirits of the Heat

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 Wades Career Review: Two Brilliant Achievements and Three Greatest Spirits of the Heat


Wade spent 16 seasons in the NBA, 14 and a half of which were spent in the Heat, one season with the Bulls, and half a season with the Cavaliers.

In the whole NBA career, Wade played in 1054 regular season games, with an average of 21.9 points, 4.7 rebounds, 5.4 assists and 1.5 steals per game. The shooting percentage was 48%, the three-point shooting percentage was 25%, and the free throw percentage was 76.5%.

Looking back on Wades NBA career is undoubtedly brilliant and successful. He entered the draft in 2003 and joined Hot Fire in the 5th rank. He has been the icon of Hot Fire ever since. In the third season of the Heat, he helped the team win the first championship in the teams history. Although there was a teammate like ONeill, Wades performance in the Finals was really amazing. The MVP in the Finals was the proof.

Another brilliance Wade experienced in the Heat is the era of the three giants that began in 2010, when he and his friend LeBron joined hands, plus Bosh, three people formed a three-giant team to lead the Heat into the finals for four consecutive seasons, and successfully won two consecutive championships. During this period, Wade also made sacrifices in team status and tactical role, giving the halo to LeBron. Its a true brother.

In his playoff career, Wade played in 177 games, averaging 22.3 points, 5.2 rebounds, 4.9 assists, 1.5 steals and 1 blocked shot. The shooting percentage was 47.4%, the three-point shooting percentage was 33.8%, and the free throw percentage was 78%.

During his NBA campaign, Wade also experienced many injuries, including knee, back, ankle, especially knee injuries. He also admitted that he wanted to end his career ahead of time, but ultimately he persisted.

Wade has won many honors in his NBA career, including 13 All-Star teams, 3 championships, 3 best defensive teams (all second teams), 8 best teams of the year (2 first teams, 3 second teams, 3 third teams), single season scoring Champions (2008-09 season), and MVP in the Finals. In the history of the Heat, Wade ranked the top in many statistics, including the number of battlefields, the time of playing, the number of sport wars, the number of sport wars, the number of sport wars, the number of goals, the number of two-point goals, the number of two-point shots, the number of free throw shots, the number of free throw hits, assists, steals and scores are all the first in the history of the Heat. In addition, his blocked hat ranked second in team history, total rebound ranked fourth, defensive rebound ranked second. Before the start of the season, Wade has announced his decision to retire this season. In the last home game, Wade helped the Heat beat 76 players. Although it is a pity that he failed to enter the playoffs, he also made a perfect ending for his NBA career. Source: Netease Sports Author: Jottettes Responsible Editor: Ouyang Shun_NS4899

Wade has won many honors in his NBA career, including 13 All-Star teams, 3 championships, 3 best defensive teams (all second teams), 8 best teams of the year (2 first teams, 3 second teams, 3 third teams), single season scoring Champions (2008-09 season), and MVP in the Finals.

In the history of the Heat, Wade ranked the top in many statistics, including the number of battlefields, the time of playing, the number of sport wars, the number of sport wars, the number of sport wars, the number of goals, the number of two-point goals, the number of two-point shots, the number of free throw shots, the number of free throw hits, assists, steals and scores are all the first in the history of the Heat. In addition, his blocked hat ranked second in team history, total rebound ranked fourth, defensive rebound ranked second.

Before the start of the season, Wade has announced his decision to retire this season. In the last home game, Wade helped the Heat beat 76 players. Although it is a pity that he failed to enter the playoffs, he also made a perfect ending for his NBA career.