MANILA, Philippines – Miami icon Dwyane Wade banked in a buzzer-beating three-pointer to lift the Heat to a 126-125 victory over the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors on Wednesday, February 27 (Thursday, February 28, Manila time).
Wade, who announced before the season that he would retire after this campaign, added another sublime moment to his career highlight reel as the Heat snapped a six-game home losing streak by salvaging a victory that appeared to have gotten away.
On the same night, Wade’s best pal LeBron James also dropped 33 points as the Los Angeles Lakers held on for a 125-119 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans.
Miami 126, Golden State 125 (READ: Wade hits buzzer-beater as Heat foil Warriors comeback)
Houston 118, Charlotte 113 (READ: Harden, Capela take charge as Rockets slip past Hornets)
LA Lakers 125, New Orleans 119 (READ: Lakers, Bucks pull off escape acts)
Milwaukee 141, Sacramento 140 (OT)
San Antonio 105, Detroit 93
Dallas 110, Indiana 101
Atlanta 131, Minnesota 123 (OT)
Portland 97, Boston 92
Washington 125, Brooklyn 116
Utah 111, LA Clippers 105
Chicago 109, Memphis 107