In addition to the special tribute, Gatorade has created limited towels and squeeze bottles with Wade's "3" entwined with the iconic Gatorade bolt which will be featured on the sidelines of Tuesday's game.
James, along with Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony, was in Brooklyn on Wednesday to be a part of Dwyane Wade's final game in the National Basketball Association. Each person chose something meaningful to give wade in exchange for a jersey. Paul entered the league two years later, going fourth overall in the 2005 NBA Draft.
Wade played 36 minutes and received a loud hand from fans each time he touched the ball. Meanwhile, Chris Paul played his final regular season game for the Houston Rockets on Tuesday night while Carmelo Anthony has been a free agent for the past couple of months.
It's hard to say goodbye to a player like Wade, but Budweiser found the ideal way. "I've seen him go into his bag of tricks so many times and just compartmentalize. But I'm truly amazed that he was able to perform like that tonight". That was the missing piece out of this whole season.
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Spoelstra was a Heat assistant at the time of the shot, but considered himself the guy who shagged balls for Wade.
Brooklyn (42-40) secured the sixth seed and will open its first postseason series since 2014-15 this weekend in Philadelphia. They are now tied with the Orlando Magic but hold the tiebreaker for the sixth seed and are one game in front of the Detroit Pistons.
The Nets are in this position because of what unfolded in a challenging road back-to-back set.
TOP PERFORMERS: D'Angelo Russell leads the Nets averaging 2.8 made 3-pointers and scoring 21.1 points per game while shooting 36.4 percent from beyond the arc. "So we're happy to be here supporting him".