May 17, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade (3) brings the ball upcourt against the Indiana Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE
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about 1 year ago Article 9 comments
Dwyane Wade had the worst playoff game of his career in Game 3 against the Pacers, and the Heat stumbled to their second-straight playoff loss without Chris Bosh. But that's only part of where things have gone wrong.
about 1 year ago Update 2 comments
Dwyane Wade is having one of the worst games of his career, and he appears to have made matters even worse by yelling at his own coach on the sidelines. The Heat star, who is 1-10 from the field and isn't giving much of an effort defensively, did not react well when Erik Spoelstra tried to scold him on the sidelines. Here's what resulted.
Yikes, that's not good.
To be fair to Wade, players do get mad in the heat of the moment. We're all seeing them at their worst, and sometimes, yelling happens when both parties are disagreeing. However, given the way Wade is playing, he's very out of line yelling at his coach. Spoelstra had every right to corner Wade to let him know about his poor play.
Since the timeout, things have only gotten worse, as Wade has committed two turnovers on very sloppy entry passes into the post. This is worth watching.