When you're talking Dwyane Wade, you're talking best players in the world. He'll go down as one of the games all-time greats and he's only halfway through his career.
As a scorer, he's among the elite in the NBA. Wade is absolutely lethal when heading to the rim, inhuman at times. Some of the moves he's pulled look like the second coming of Michael Jordan. Some of them (2005 Eastern Conference Finals Game 6) are on a level of their own.
He can score in any multitude of ways virtually at will. When he starts hitting jump shots, there's really no way to stop him. Teams will double- and triple-team him, pack the paint and try and take the rim from him, but if Wade's shooting over you there's no way to contain him.
When Wade's in the zone, there is no better word to describe his game than unstoppable.
He can single-handedly beat an opponent on any given night. He will erase 10, 15, and 20+ point deficits with offensive showcases so impressive, fans keep ticket stubs.
Last season Wade lead the league in scoring at 30.2 ppg on .491 shooting. The year was statistically one of the greatest all-around performances in NBA history. For his career he's averaging 25.3 points.
Wade holds the franchise record for points as well as pretty much every other relevant record for the team. He tops the rankings of the greatest Heat scorers in a landslide. A couple more rings and he'll be in the discussion with Jordan