Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade didn’t brag about his sweet rejections of LeBron James’ shot, despite doing so in front of his home base, with fans cheering his name and with rousing applause for his defensive instincts.

The 36-year-old shooting guard turned the clock back and swatted his best friend in the league ruthlessly, taking advantage of a Kelly Olynyk contest and surprising James as a help-side defender.

James said that particular play did not come up during the conversation between him and Wade immediately after the game.

“No,” James said, according to Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. “That’s one thing about us, we don’t brag about what we do against each other. We talk about what we do against everybody else.”

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Both players shared a moment after the game, as Wade was traded to the Heat after 46 games with the Cleveland Cavaliers, hours prior to the NBA trade deadline.

“At the end of the game, we just kind of had that moment like 15 years strong — as brothers, as teammates, as competitors, as teammates again, as competitors again,” James said, as the two were lottery picks in the famed 2003 NBA Draft.

The Heat took a much-needed win against the injury-riddled Cavs, breezing to a 98-79 victory on Tuesday night, and getting another step closer to securing a playoff spot in a heavily-contest Eastern Conference.

Miami climbed one spot over the Milwaukee Bucks, now owners of the seventh seed and in line to face another injury-marred team in the Boston Celtics in the first round, if they hold on to their place in the standings.