Former Miami Heat forward Justise Winslow says he knows all the dirt on franchise legend Dwyane Wade, sort of insinuating that Aaron Gordon should have let him write the lyrics of the diss track the Orlando Magic high-flyer wrote.

Gordon ripped Wade in his diss track for the Heat icon's role in the 2020 Slam Dunk Contest. Wade gave Gordon a score of 9 out of 10 after Gordon dunked over Boston Celtics giant Tacko Fall. Two other judges gave it a 9, while the other two gave it a 10.

Wade said he gave a score of nine because he felt Gordon didn't clear Fall. AG's diss track of Wade has since went viral, but Winslow believes it would have been better if it came from him.

Justise Winslow and Dwyane Wade are very close friends off the court. They played together on the Heat for years.

However, their relationship wasn't always good. When Wade signed with the Chicago Bulls in the summer of 2016, Winslow said there was some animosity between him and the legendary shooting guard.

When Wade played in Miami as a member of the Bulls, things got a little testy between the two. Winslow fouled Wade hard on a drive to the basket and Wade shoved Winslow in the back.

Things, though, became good again after Wade was traded to the Heat from the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2018. Winslow refers to Wade as his “big brother” all the time.

Because of Wade’s blunder in the Dunk Contest, basketball fans won’t be seeing Gordon dunk in the contest again. He told reporters in Chicago he’s done after what happened in this year’s festivities.