Dwyane Wade and Lebron James have certainly enjoyed some good times together as friends on and off the court as well as their multiple trips to the finals together. Now they get to experience them in a different way with Wade
Now the two All-Star players get to experience the NBA finals in a different way with Wade serving as a commentator during halftime and after the game. What makes it even more special is that he even gets to interview his former teammate and offer some interesting insight about him during the game.
Lebron James had yet another amazing performance in game 3 with plenty to talk to his former teammate about after it ended. He finished with 40 points, 12 rebounds, and 8 assists, putting up huge numbers and he has actually scored more in the first 3 games than anyone else in the history of the NBA finals.
— NBA.com/Stats (@nbastats) June 10, 2015
Dwyane Wade has clearly been having fun watching his former teammate dominating the NBA finals and although he doesn’t have the expertise of the other analysts, he had some good questions for James after the game as well.
He asks James what his mindsight his at this point and how he is feeling about the series, adding that he sees him playing even better than when he was with Miami, playing at an unbelievable level while averaging 41 points per game.
James mentions that he was disappointed in finishing third in the MVP voting, but still won’t admit to that being his other motivation in winning the series.
He is dominating the series and doing much more than just scoring, playing a part in nearly every point that the team scores.
LeBron James has scored, assisted, or created 200 of the Cavaliers' 291 points through the first 3 games of the #NBAFinals. Beyond unreal.
— Synergy Sports Tech (@SynergySST) June 10, 2015
Dwyane Wade has hinted that he may opt-out of the final year of his contract and become a free agent this summer. With the way that he relates to James throughout the interview and their history on and off the court, it certainly makes us wonder whether they will end up reuniting on the court.