Miami Heat: 3 reasons the season is over

Miami Heat: 3 reasons the season is over

Miami Heat: 3 reasons the season is over

Linking up with Khaled as he hopped into his Rolls-Royce, a photographer asked if he believed that DWade and co. could make it out of the first round, to which he responded by reminding us of the Heat's championship past, giving them a potential mental edge. "I'm sorry. I appreciate [the concern], but let me worry about that later", Wade said. The question everyone is mulling is, "Is #Dwayne Wade going to decide to retire [VIDEO]?" I'll sit back and think about that.

If he does decide to retire, it will be the end for a player that has spent almost all of his career with the Heat and leads the franchise in games played (876), minutes played (31,027), points (20,473), assists (5,009) and steals (1,433).

Wade is at the twilight of career at 36 years old, so he won't need to face this group much more as it matures, but his words can serve as a warning for the rest of the National Basketball Association.

Wade returned to the Heat this season after being acquired in a trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers at the trade deadline. "Then, I'll dive and throw myself into my family".

"You're going to make me emotional if we start to think about that or talk about that right now, " Spoelstra said.

Wade holds career marks of 22.5 points, 4.7 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 1.6 steals per game.

"At least give me a chance to fight", Whiteside said.

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The 7-footer signed a four-year, $98 million deal in 2016, but neither his play, nor his durability have lived up to the contract, money the Heat could use to honor their other hefty contracts in hopes to see the playoffs again next season.

Whiteside and Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra are clearly not on the same page.

Miami might be looking to do the same with Whiteside, as Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports the Heat will "explore a Whiteside trade" this summer.

As of right now, though, Wade isn't thinking about retirement. Simmons, 21, is one of the favorites to win the Rookie of the Year award after averaging 15.8 points, 8.2 assists and 8.1 rebounds per game.

First and foremost, Wade scored 28 points in the playoffs against the 76ers. Whiteside averaged just 15.4 minutes per game during the series, with a plus/minus of -26.

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