Dwyane Wade Coming Home

Miami Heat guard Dwayne Wade (3) drives past New Orleans Pelicans forward Dante Cunningham (44) during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game in New Orleans, Friday, Oct 23, 2015. (AP Photo/Tyler Kaufman)

If you are reading this story, then you are definitely not dreaming. Dwyane Wade is coming home. In an unusual trade, the Cleveland Cavaliers traded Wade to the Heat before the trade deadline for a second-round pick in the deal. Of course, LeBron James endorsed the trade on Instagram by saying he was happy for Wade. Dwyane had signed with the Cavs back in September after a buyout with the Bulls in which he spent one season with Chicago after 13 seasons and three NBA Championships with Miami.

At the age of 36, Wade is the Heat’s all-time leader in points (20,221), assists (3,933), steals (1,414) and games (855). Here are some more stats in case anyone has forgotten. Did you know Wade has the most blocked shots ever for a player 6-4 or under with (832). Yes, this season he has 32. Also, he is 36th on the NBA’s all-time scoring list passing Larry Bird and Gary Payton. If he wants to play next year, Wade is 365 points away from Clyde Drexler in the 35th spot.




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