Dwyane Wade: “The game is in good hands, it’s easy to walk away”

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The Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade played in his last NBA All-Star Game and finished the contest with seven points, two rebounds and four assists in 10:27 of playing time.

“This one was special. I’m just thankful for the NBA for making sure and accommodating one of the things that I didn’t even think I needed or wanted. My team did an amazing job, my family. I couldn’t ask for anything more of this weekend. It definitely was my most enjoyable.

People like to ask, and this one will take the place now as my most memorable and most enjoyable All-Star. The game is in good hands. So it’s easy to walk away right now,” Wade said after the game, per ESPN.

This season, Dwyane Wade is averaging 14.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game, while shooting at 43.3 percent from the floor and 32.3 percent from three in 25.4 minutes of action.