That’s All Folks: Dwyane Wade Might Be Out of Miami with One More Loss

April 24th, 2010 by Michael Pinto Leave a reply »
The Miami Heat are staring at the near-impossible after Friday's loss to the Boston Celtics in Game Three of their first-round series. 

Down 0-3 in the best of seven series, the Heat would need to make history in order to extend their season to the second round of the postseason. No NBA team has ever come back to win the series from a three-game deficit. Based on what Miami has shown thus far, they certainly won't be the first. 

It's a tough reality to face after such a successful close to the regular season, where the Heat finished 18-4. Unlike Games One and Two that saw the Heat disappear in the fourth quarter, the third game of this lopsided series was far more competitive. There was fight in out of Miami and a definitive will to turn it around with a much needed victory. 

A buzzer-beater from 21-feet, courtesy of Paul Pierce, silenced the Heat in a way that's never quite happened before. Not only did his dagger end all hope for a successful end to this season for Miami, but left an eerie silence in the building that was about so much more than a single loss. 

Not only was Dwyane Wade reduced to ...

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