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D-Wade's act wearing thin in Miami

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09:40 AM ET 05.19 | What's apparent now, after Dwyane Wade accompanied the worst playoff performance of his career (2-of-13, five points, five turnovers) with a public show of anger at his coach, is that the innocent beginning is long over. National columnists and commentators, bored momentarily with the incessant bashing of James, are now keeping a list of every perceived example of Wade's petulance, up to and including the defiance displayed toward coach Erik Spoelstra during a third-quarter timeout Thursday. Early last season, James and Chris Bosh would joke about how Wade could get away with just about anything. Lately, though, not so. It was jarring Friday to see and hear self-identifying Heat fans recommending that Pat Riley trade Wade.

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May 19, 2012  09:45 AM ET

Twade Wade.
Dooshbag.

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May 19, 2012  10:09 AM ET

never liked Wade. He is a whiner. Always complains to the refs. Always flops

May 19, 2012  10:10 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

NBA All-Whining Dirty TeamCenter - ??Power Forward - Kevin GarnettSmall Forward - Metta World PeaceShooting Guard - Dwayne WadePoint Guard - Baron Davis ----------------------------Only question - who would play center ?

Perkins ?

May 19, 2012  10:10 AM ET

The players in the league should send a message to Wade and that message should be a punch (a really hard one) in his mug. I never thought that I would dislike Wade as much as I do at present. I mean to the point, I never thought I could dislike anyone more than I did with Lebron. That has all changed now with Wade, he is unquestionablely number one with Mario Chalmers a close second. This somewhat bothers me, this admission, because I use to really like and respect Wade. I thought he was a very humble guy and played the game the way it was supposed to be played. These last two years Wade has tarnished that opinon and IMO he has become a spoiled dirty tyrant and a chronic whinner and flopper who displays arrogance beyond belief. I can't even stomach the guy's mug nowadays. This petulent punk could care less what I or anyone else think and will continue to go about his dirty little existence.

May 19, 2012  10:11 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

NBA All-Whining Dirty TeamCenter - ??Power Forward - Kevin GarnettSmall Forward - Metta World PeaceShooting Guard - Dwayne WadePoint Guard - Baron Davis ----------------------------Only question - who would play center ?

You need a bigger whiner than Dwight?????

May 19, 2012  10:18 AM ET

What happened with Wade? His first few years he was pretty quiet and got it done. Now he never shuts up and the constant egotisitc-chauvinistic behaviour on the court is putting him up there with Lebron; a major ****.

May 19, 2012  10:23 AM ET

Trade Wade??? No way!

"It was jarring Friday to see and hear self-identifying Heat fans recommending that Pat Riley trade Wade."

Anyone can claim to be a Heat fan, but calling for Wade to be traded exposes them as liars. Despite being the better and younger player, we would move Lebron before Wade. Wade's loyalty to the Heat is without question whereas Lebron quite frankly has no loyalty and has already discussed a possible return to Cleveland. Ultimately, the goal is to keep Wade, James and Bosh together and add a point guard and a two guard. We've identified a desperate need for bigs who can rebound and shoot mid-range jumpers, but I don't see any being available. Now is a great time to be a Heat fan, actually. Shake off that dead, bandwagon riding weight and find out who is really down.

May 19, 2012  10:23 AM ET

Making a big deal about nothing. Manufactured news.

May 19, 2012  10:25 AM ET
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I never thought that I would dislike Wade as much as I do at present. I mean to the point, I never thought I could dislike anyone more than I did with Lebron.

This shows just how pervasive your hatred of Lebron is. Really sad.

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May 19, 2012  10:30 AM ET

Let this be a lesson to everyone reading this: ALWAYS FOLLOW YOUR HEART!!! Had D-Wade listened to his and signed with the Bulls in 2010, none of this would have happened. In fact, BOTH teams would've been happy. Chicago would have the 2 guard they desperately need, and Miami would've had the money to get someone else to play alongside LeBron. But no, he lead Chicago on, which caused them to sign Boozer, and now D-Wade's turning into a "sports villain" much like Hulk Hogan did when he became "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan.

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May 19, 2012  10:34 AM ET
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This shows just how pervasive your hatred of Lebron is. Really sad.

Theres a big difference between dislike and hatred fellow. It is why I instinctively and purposely used dislike. I don't hate anyone. What is really sad though is that you can't read for context and elect to use your own warped understanding and then put words in my mouth.

Next time read and comprehend words before you attack someone with your delusional mindset.

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May 19, 2012  10:38 AM ET

Everybody has a bad game, even Jeremy Lin!!!

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