Budweiser pays tribute to Dwyane Wade in emotional new ad

Budweiser pays tribute to Dwyane Wade in emotional new ad

Budweiser pays tribute to Dwyane Wade in emotional new ad

Obama confessed: "D-Wade! Congratulations on a great run".

The Black Mamba posted the following for Nowitzki: "Playing an entire career with one organization is a testament to who you are as a person @swish41 I loved and hated competing against you".

"I think everybody close to me understands that this is a for-real thing for me", he said.

"Whenever you got knocked down, you always showed us how to get back up".

"This is the end of the basketball part for me, but [there is] so much more that I want to do in this city, so much we can accomplish together, so I look forward to that".

Wade, who plays his last Miami Heat home game against the Philadelphia 76ers tonight, has traded jerseys with notable players throughout his farewell season, so Budweiser gathered a number of ordinary people who Wade helped off the court to swap jerseys with.

Wade never gave up on his mom, who, through her shortcomings, believes in the redemptive power of Jesus Christ. "You did us proud".

James congratulated Wade the only way he could: a video bomb of his postgame interview.


Here are the seven best moments from Wade over the course of a prolific 16-year career.

Wade punctuated his career with one last triple-double, finishing with 25 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in a 113-94 loss to Brooklyn.

From the moment he was drafted with the number five overall pick of the 2003 National Basketball Association draft, the Chicago native went on to become the star of the team and then the face of the franchise as a whole.

"It was fitting", Wade told reporters after the game.

"Yes, I said if not in those words, at least with your eyes and your vote!" she wrote.

"To be able to come here and be embraced, to find a home, to be able to grow".

Hours before Wade played the final game of his 16-year National Basketball Association career on Wednesday in Brooklyn, Marino made a decision to settle the debate, at least in his eyes, once and for all when he posted a congratulatory message on Twitter.

Wade said he hopes the retirement tour came across as genuine, because he said it was one from the heart.

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