What Miami Heat Guard Dwyane Wade’s Game Four Performance Actually Represents

April 26th, 2010 by John Friel Leave a reply »
If you were lucky enough to tune into ABC from 1:00pm-3:30pm, then you witnessed the best individual performance of the postseason so far and most likely for the rest of the way.

In an elimination game that posed the threat of the Boston Celtics sweeping the Miami Heat on their home floor, Dwyane Wade scored 19 of his 46 points in the fourth quarter to lead his team to a 101-92 victory and stave off elimination for one more day.

His Heat team was down 77-71 heading into the fourth quarter, and he used 4-of-4 three-point shooting to lead his team to victory.

The captivating performance might appear to be one more game in a less-than-inspirational series to some, but to a Miami Heat fan, this win represents a lot more than possibly losing the series 4-1 this coming Tuesday in Boston.

It represents hope for the future of this franchise, and most importantly, the fact that there is no doubt now that Dwyane Wade will be returning as a member of the Miami Heat next season.

If, in last night's Game Four, Wade put out a less-than-stellar performance and poured in 25 points in another double-digit loss, then we could see the possib ...

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