Heat news: Dwyane Wade wants to exchange jerseys with Michael Jordan after the All-Star game
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Dwyane Wade wants to exchange jerseys with Michael Jordan after the All-Star game

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After the All-Star Game on Sunday, Miami Heat star shooting guard Dwyane Wade wants to do a jersey swap with His Airness, Chicago Bulls legend and Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan.

Wade has been doing jersey swaps after games this season with players from the other team. The future Hall of Famer told ESPN on Friday it kind of look a life of its own at the beginning of the season and he’s been doing it ever since.

Wade, who grew up in Chicago, idolized Michael Jordan as a kid, so doing a jersey exchange with MJ would be pretty cool for Wade:

This is Wade’s final All-Star game, as he’s retiring from the NBA after this season ends. It just so happens that the All-Star game is in Charlotte this season at the¬†Spectrum Center. Jordan will be at the game, so let’s see if the GOAT makes Wade’s day and does a jersey swap with him.

In 46 games this season for the Heat, Dwyane Wade is averaging 14.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 4.3 assists per contest. The now 13-time All-Star is shooting 43.3 percent from the field, 32.3 percent from beyond the arc and 69.7 percent from the free-throw line.

Jordan, and the rest of the NBA for that matter, are going to miss Wade when he retires at the end of the season. He’s one of the best shooting guards in NBA history.