Dwyane Wade Honors Victim with Shoes, Drains Game Winner
Dwyane Wade turned back the clock on Tuesday night, showing the form that made him beloved by Miami Heat fans in his first run with the team.
And he did so while paying honor to Joaquin Oliver, one of the 17 shooting victims who died Feb. 14 in Parkland, Florida. Wade had Oliver’s name written on his sneakers, then went out and scored 15 of Miami’s final 17 points as the Heat took down the visiting Philadelphia 76ers 102-101.
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