Published: Fri, April 12, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Dwyane Wade sets sail into retirement with 'Banana Boat crew' looking on

Dwyane Wade sets sail into retirement with 'Banana Boat crew' looking on

This season of the National Basketball Association has been a farewell tour for Dirk Nowitzki and Dwayne Wade.

With all attention on Dwyane Wade in the Miami Heat's season finale on Tuesday, a handful of different groups trotted out honorary tributes. It was festive, all the way to the end, even though the Heat learned during the third quarter that they were eliminated from playoff contention.

Congratulations to both superstars on legendary careers in the National Basketball Association. Nowitzki entered the league as a rookie for the Dallas Mavericks during the 1998-1999 season and leaves Vince Carter as the only other 40-year-old player in the league.

Moments after Dwyane's fall, John took a video of himself covered in drink as he and Chrissy were mopped down with paper towels, holding up his own beverage and joking: "I've still got my drink!" "I don't think you can appoint the flawless formula", Brown said.

James has certainly lived up to the incredible hype that surrounded him in 2003, having won three titles and been named MVP on four occasions.

Wade was unable to attend because Miami Heat had a game against Toronto but he made sure to show his support for Zion on Instagram.

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Even Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States, had a message for Wade as he honoured his illustrious career. Harris-Perry asked Teigen what she'd like to hear women say more often, and she bluntly replied, "Fuck you". "You did us proud".

The trio travelled to Brooklyn to see Wade off one last time midweek.

"Obviously, it means a lot", Wade said.

"To be able to come here and be embraced, to find a home, to be able to grow". It took Haslem less than a minute to do one of the things he does best - take a charge. "We hope this film helps that legacy in some small way". "It's forever, forever, forever going to be my home".

Wade closed the book on his 16-year career with 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, all while LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul watched from court side.

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