Wade also indicated that he had no interest in discussing his future after his team was eliminated.
"I love Philly, but ain't gonna be no breaking news here in Philly". Wade, 36, is reportedly contemplating retirement in the wake of the playoff loss, though has declined to make a firm decision one way or another until later on in the off-season.
If he does decide to retire, it will be the end for a player that has spent almost all of his career with the Heat and leads the franchise in games played (876), minutes played (31,027), points (20,473), assists (5,009) and steals (1,433). I'll sit back and think about that. Shortly after his return to the Heat, Wade told ESPN he wanted to be with the team "forever" and did not want a farewell tour whenever he does decide to retire.
His wife Gabrielle Union took to Twitter to show her appreciation for her husband's career, saying that she hoped it was not over. He said, though, that he continues to trust head coach Erik Spoelstra's decisions, but the dissatisfaction was evident in his words and gestures.
When asked by reporters about his future with the Heat, he simply stated: "We'll see".
During the 21 regular season games that Wade played after being traded to Miami, he averaged 12 points per game to go along with 3.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists. Additionally, he is second only to Hall of Famer Alonzo Mourning in blocked shots (774) in Heat history.
According to Bobby Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Heat could "explore a Whiteside trade" this summer.
"It meant a lot. At least give me a chance". Whiteside averaged just 15.4 minutes per game during the series, with a plus/minus of -26. I feel like I know those guys and it's like family.
"Obviously, when you're brothers, you're around him every day, and then, he has to go back".
She also replied positively to a tweet from Tim Reynolds, a basketball writer for the Associated Press, who listed Wade's long list of accomplishments and impressive stats.
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