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Wade nails a tough bank shot to push the Heat past a potential comeback by the Sixers.
Dwyane Wade gets the number-one spot because of the importance of his presence.
It may not have been the most impressive, but it was the most defining moment of the weekend—in my opinion.
Wade struggled all game, both with scoring and foul trouble—a rarity for the star player.
It wasn't until the clock hit 1:34 in the fourth quarter that Wade played a key role for the Heat. At that moment, Wade sank a 14-foot jumper—a dagger, if you ask me.
Not only was the shot very impressive, it was also the most important play of the weekend.
The Heat have struggled to find their closer this season, but if game one means anything, Wade solved the mystery for the Heat.
If the Heat can have consistency from Wade as a finisher, they'll have a legitimate chance at making a run for the NBA Finals.