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Dwyane Wade wants LeBron James to sign an all-time epic photo of the duo for his house

The 2010-2014 Heat would end up in the NBA Finals four consecutive years, including two championship runs.


Kahron Spearman


ESPN's Dave McMenamin tweeted that Dwyane Wade once told him there was a photo from his Heat days with LeBron James that he would like to have up on a wall.

 

The occasion was from December 6, 2010; the Miami Heat were playing the Milwaukee Bucks when Wade threw up a no-look pass off to the King during a fastbreak. James promptly punched it in with his signature tomahawk.

(On hanging around with Wade in last reg. season game in Miami) 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,

Though it wasn't necessarily the high point of their four years, the photo finish encapsulated the flash (no pun intended) and power of their short and fruitful partnership.

 

The 2010-2014 Heat would end up in the NBA Finals four straight years, including two championship runs. While Wade has had a more mercurial route after James went back to Cleveland, James has appeared in three consecutive Finals, winning another title in 2016.

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