NEW YORK (AP) Dwyane Wade capped his career in style, with one last triple-double before heading off to retirement.
The Brooklyn Nets' destination is Philadelphia, where they are headed as the No. 6 seed in the Eastern Conference.
Wade had 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in his final NBA game, which the Nets won by beating the Miami Heat 113-94 on Wednesday night to finish their remarkable turnaround at 42-40.
With close friends LeBron James, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony leading the cheers from their courtside seats, Wade had his fifth career triple-double in three quarters. He fittingly secured it with a pass to Udonis Haslem, his teammate of 15 years who plays sparingly now and made his only start of the season.
A night after scoring 30 points in his final game in Miami, Wade showed one more time that he's walking away with his skills intact. >> Read More
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What's Next: The Nets are set to play the Sixers in the First Round of the NBA Playoffs this weekend. Schedules will be released later tonight.