Dwyane Wade: Why Wade's Leadership Is Crucial to Miami Heat
Dwyane Wade brings more than scoring talents to the Miami Heat and his most valuable asset is often overlooked
Fans can think what they want, but the Miami Heat are Dwyane Wade's team. Last summer, when the big three was formed, only one star player stayed put. Wade brought the talents to South Beach. While LeBron is the more vocal leader before games and on the court, actions still speak louder than words.
Flash played very well in Game 1 with 22 points, 10 rebounds and six assists, but that wasn't his best performance. Wade elevated his game, yet again, last Thursday. He exploded for 36 points and played lockdown defense. He hit the corner three and got his chest punched in, afterwards, by LeBron James. This is where the letdown started. The Heat started to break down and let James dribble out the clock.
What Wade should have done in the timeout was demand the ball with James and Bosh setting screens. Wade has shown that he is the most clutch player on the Heat. If this is false, then why did LeBron give him the ball for the last shot?
To win these Finals, Wade is going to have to take his leadership to another dimesion. He is going to have to take over and not allow LeBron to dictate the flow of the offense late in the game.
If Wade can do this, Miami will easily get by Dallas and capture another ring.
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