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Wade is extremely hard to grade during this Finals series. He has been both hot and cold and delivers both frustrating turnovers and spectacular offensive plays.
He actually is averaging fewer points and assists than Westbrook, and has committed more turnovers per game as well.
What he has done better than Westbrook however, is play within his team's offense.
In Games 1 and 3, Wade has tried scoring mostly with his jumper and has missed quite a few. In Game 2 however, he became much more aggressive and started to resemble the Dwyane Wade from 2006.
He won't speak on his injuries, but whether it is health or just an aging body slowing him down, Wade is not the same player as he once was.
His defense is always superb, and he remains one of the best shot blockers from the guard position. With Thabo Sefolosha, Harden and Westbrook all sharing time guarding him, Wade can not rely on his declining athleticism to get him buckets.
The way for Wade to score is to be the crafty offensive player we have seen in the past. When he is aggressive, Wade garners almost every foul call to go his way.
If he keeps jacking jump shots during the series, the Heat's offense is going to struggle. If he can become aggressive and attack the Thunder defense, he can get to the free-throw line and contribute heavily to the Heat's winning ways.