Dwyane Wade Says He'll 'Be In Therapy' To Deal With Retirement

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Dwyane Wade Says He'll 'Be In Therapy' To Deal With Retirement

The Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade plans to retire after this season and considers to go to therapy to deal with transition from professionall basketball. "I meant it, it is going to be a big change".

But for me, an underrated moment in his career came on February 12, 2006 against the Pistons.

In another captions, he says, "Zion had his on cheering section today". "I thank you guys for your patience this year". When I was 24 years old, if you give me Shaq. "And as long as you're at peace with yourself I'm fully supportive of that". It was the first of several for Wade, who led Miami with 30 points in the 122-99 victory over the 76ers. The only negative for Miami was that with Detroit's win against Memphis, it was eliminated from the playoff race. It's tough to properly explain just how down everything felt after the HEAT lost Game 3 in IN in 2012, but with Chris Bosh injured and Wade scoring just 5 points on 2-of-13 shooting - with the 2011 Finals loss to Dallas in the rearview mirror - the "noise", as the team calls it, around that second round series was deafening.

While appearing on ESPN show, The Jump, Dwyane revealed that he has plans to go to therapy sessions to help him after he retires from the National Basketball Association. Different case, same conclusion. Union is an actress who has starred in many feature films, so when she talks, everyone listens. He spent one and a half seasons away from the Miami Heat, where he played with his hometown team, the Chicago Bulls, and with his best friend LeBron James' team, the Cleveland Cavaliers.

"Because this is, and forever will be, Wade County".

Each of the people featured in the four-minute video traded a personal item related to Wade's impact on their lives in exchange for a jersey.

Shortly thereafter, following Wade's speech to the crowd, he was given a full introduction by longtime Heat public address announcer Michael Baiamonte, as the final player announced in the starting lineup.

"I have no idea what it is I want to do yet", Wade said.

This game was Peak Dwyane Wade at the height of his powers in 2009. "He's not playing for money, he's not chasing a championship, he's playing with a pure love for the game". Before the game even tipped off, we got a video from the organization that paid tribute to the three acts of Wade's career. It's been like that for Wade in every city, but. Your legacy is only going to get brighter! "You showed Chicago spirit, and you did us proud".

Beyond looking forward to a general happiness in life, Wade said he doesn't hold specific retirement goals.

And it's not surprising to hear a son defending the legacy of his father.

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