Philadelphia Sixers vs Miami Heat Full Game Highlights | April 9, 2018-19 NBA Season

Philadelphia 76ers vs Miami Heat Full Game Highlights | April 9, 2018-19 NBA Season

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  1. "And Smith is not behaving on that one" hahahaha, neither would I man, neither would I. I'd honestly be wanting and hunting for those boos for sure defending a legend's final game of their career,. especially if they're playing at home. Always play your ass off, always defend, no matter what. That's my motto, my personal requirement and what I would expect from my teammates. If anything, use that player's retirement and final game as further incentive to kick their teeth in, especially said retiring player. Ruin their final game and day in the league. I'd also argue that shows them the ultimate respect for sure. I ain't ever accepting of any kind of scripting or allowance of a player or team to bask or enjoy anything, no matter what it is. JUST PLAY YOUR ASSES OFF. lmao

  2. Never liked wade, always looked the other way with this guy. I dont know why, just a feeling about him and the vibe he sends my way. I definitely wont miss him at all, but eager to see younger players step up.

    Dirk on the other hand, now that's a different story. I'll definitely miss him and actually got teary eyed watching his last home game. Wish I couldve been there but I'm not even from Texas lol. Going to truly miss that guy and what he represented and his accomplishments from nothing.

  3. Players like D Wade are the ones we’ll look back on one day and appreciate growing up being able to watch their careers. Always a class act! Much respect and thanks for the memories growing up Dwayne 🙏🏽🏀

  4. Out there banking 3s… hahaha… house beer comin' through 'scuse me comin' through house beer! Can't tell me he doesn't have at least one more good season in that frame. Oh well. My goodness… what an all-time baller. So long, sir. It's been an incredible trip.

  5. A recap of Tuesday, April 9, 2019 in the NBA:

    — Anthony Davis showed up in a “that’s all folks” in the New Orleans Pelicans’ final home game.
    — Magic Johnson stepped down as President of the Los Angeles Lakers.
    — Dwyane Wade scored 30 points in his final home game.
    — Dirk Nowitzki announced his retirement and scored 30 points in his final home game.
    — Jamal Crawford scored 51 points at 39 years old.
    — Paul George hit a game-winner against Houston

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