CHICAGO -- On April 27, 2010, Dwyane Wade sat behind a microphone in Boston's TD Garden as a defeated but defiant leader of the Miami Heat. He delivered this message: Never again. On nights like Friday, when he attempted only one shot in the first half against the Chicago Bulls, Wade has to remind himself of that pledge and its underlying meaning. The Heat went out in the first round of the 2010 playoffs despite a Herculean individual effort by Wade, who averaged 33.8 points in five games. He couldn't do it alone. He needed help.