Miami Heat Pay Tribute To Dwyane Wade Before His First Game Back As A Chicago Bull

After playing 13 seasons with the Miami Heat, Dwyane Wade decided it was time to part ways with the only team he’s ever played for in the NBA this past offseason. It was strictly a financial decision and Wade let everyone in Miami know how much they meant to him after he penned a heartfelt letter to the city after announcing his decision.

The Miami Heat decided to return the favor and honored Dwyane Wade with a video before the tip-off of last night’s game between the Heat and the Chicago Bulls:

Wade also gave the Heat fans some love by blowing kisses in their direction:

Dwyane Wade had admittedly one of the worst games of his career, scoring only 13 points on 5 for 17 shooting. But the Chicago Bulls were able to narrowly beat the Heat 98-95.

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