Monday, February 13, 2006

Miami’s Weapon

With Dwyane Wade as a weapon Miami Heat showed that they can beat the elite, he scored Miami’s last 17 points, include the game winner on a 16 footer with 2.3 seconds left, the Heat defeated the number one NBA team 100-98 on Sunday. The Heat trailed 90-83 with four and a half minutes left when Wade took over, and his 17 consecutive points were a franchise record and he finished with 37. ‘’ It was a lot of fun,’’ he said. ‘’ It was time for me. I had come through and help this team win. I put it on my shoulders at the end to make some plays.’’ He scored his final seven shots and scored 28 points in the second half. Wade will not stay down for long and when he has a bad game, somehow he will bounce back strong. After scoring just 16 points at Dallas, Wade scored a game high 37 points against Detroit Pistons. ‘’This win is important for our confidence,’’ Wade said. ‘’Any game where we’re down, we can always look back to this game and know that we did it against a good team and can pull it out.’’ Dwyane Wade has become a major force for the Miami Heat. It was a one-man show, foul trouble limited O’Neal to 17 minutes in the second half, and with time running out on the Heat, Wade took over. After Wade’s basket with 55 seconds left made the score 98-all, Detroit missed twice and the Heat regained possession with 25 seconds to go. Wade has proved to be a powerhouse and seems like he will lead the Heat to more victory. Miami Heat fans sure they have all the hopes that may be this season they will win the NBA Trophy.


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