Dwyane Wade on his future plans: "I will be in therapy"

Dwyane Wade on his future plans:

With all that said, it's not surprising to hear an athlete as competitive as Pierce say he's better than Wade.

"I'll be in therapy". The Heat closes their regular season slate with games against the Toronto Raptors, Philadelphia 76ers and Brooklyn Nets.

After revealing his intentions to retire following this season, Wade has lived out a goodbye circuit during his final National Basketball Association days.

The 13-time All-Star said: "I definitely know I want to do a little bit of everything".

Pierce does own an advantage in total career points, as his 26,397 edge Wade's current 23,089, but it's Wade who boasts the better points-per-game average (22.0), not to mention just about every other major award and accolade category. Especially in the beginning, I want to see what I can be great at.

"It's been surreal. It's like you - you have this vision of, you know, how you want things to go, right?" And when something, you know, surpasses that vision, it's kinda like it's an out-of-body experience.

A military veteran and Buckeye State native, I've written for the likes of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta Business Chronicle and the Detroit Free Press. "And I couldn't have written it about my life".

Rose slow-roasted Pierce by enumerating the ways D-Wade was superior to Pierce, and doing so on live national TV, to boot. "I'm 24 or 25 and you give me (LeBron James) and (Chris Bosh), I'd be sitting on five or six championships easy". And like, I think it helps, too, that we are in this playoff battle. That's what I want to be at whatever else I choose to do.

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