Dwyane Wade’s goal is to throw a lob to LeBron James in final NBA All-Star Game
Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade is set to appear in his final All-Star Game on Sunday, and he would like to leave the fans in Charlotte with something to remember — — something that involves his buddy, LeBron James.
Dwyane Wade's goal during tonight's All-Star Game is to throw a lob to LeBron. Wade: “It’s nothing to talk about. It’s just a look, it’s a pass. I just got to try to get out ahead of him. That’s all that is. That’s going to be the toughest part.”
— Anthony Chiang (@Anthony_Chiang) February 17, 2019
LeBron played with Wade and the Heat from 2010 to 2014, and together with former All-Star Chris Bosh, they brought two titles to the franchise during that span.
One of the duo’s most unforgettable moments as teammates is this play that happened back in December 2010 against the Milwaukee Bucks.
The great relationship between the two All-Stars is well documented. In fact, it is one of the main reasons why the Miami superteam happened in the first place. After the 2013-14 season, LeBron returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Wade joined that team in 2017, but was traded back to the Heat later that year.
Right now, LeBron is playing for the Los Angeles Lakers, and when he became one of the All-Star team captains, he made sure to pick Wade, who was given a special slot by the NBA to play in the All-Star Game.
If Wade can throw an alley-oop or two to LeBron during the All-Star Game, it will definitely be the highlight of the evening.
Wade will finish a successful 16-year career in the league that saw him win three titles and make 13 All-Star Game appearances.
He is considered by many as one of the best shooting guards in the history of basketball.