Dwyane Wade: Will Wade Continue to Dominate for the Miami Heat in NBA Finals?
Will Dwyane Wade Lead the Miami Heat to a Championship?
Once again Dwyane Wade put on a show in the 2011 NBA Finals. He continues to prove that this is his team, and it will forever remain that way.
Wade got two big stars to come join his Miami Heat. Just because LeBron James is a better player than him does not mean that James is the main man on the roster.
Dwyane Wade led the Heat in scoring and in rebounds. He dropped 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in Game 3 last night. He is taking over this team when it matters most, and that is why the Heat will win the NBA championship.
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The series will stay in Dallas for the next two games, and if Wade can continue to produce at this high level then the Dallas Mavericks are in big trouble.
Of course the Heat would love to win the championship in Miami, but there is a strong chance they can close it out in Dallas. If you think about it, the Heat should really be up 3-0. They had a horrible collapse in Game 2.
There is no doubt in my mind that Wade will keep his terrific play going. If the Heat ultimately win the title then it will be Wade who is awarded the MVP. He has taken his game back to the 2006 championship form because he knows his chances of winning it all this year are very good.
Those chances will only remain strong if Wade continues to dominate. I don't think they'll win the next two games simply because Dallas always keeps it close, and they are bound to have a shot fall their way in the final seconds of the game.
The Miami Heat will win the championship back on their home court, and it is sure to be the first of many. LeBron James will be forever grateful to Wade because it is Wade who is winning LeBron the title.
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