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After fighting with Erik Spoelstra in Game 3, Wade needs to be a leader the rest of the series.
While Dwyane Wade made headlines in Game 3, it wasn’t for his clutch shots, it was for his animated on-court argument with head coach Erik Spoelstra.
If the Miami Heat want to defeat the Pacers, then Wade will need to take over down the stretch and be the best player on the floor.
Wade had one of his worst playoff performances in Game 3, scoring only five points and he was a minus-25, the worst on the entire team.
Even though he scored 53 points in the first two games, Wade has struggled in the series shooting a dreadful 31 percent from the floor.
The Heat need Wade to turn things around and be their leader if they are going to make a comeback against the Pacers.