WASHINGTON (AP) — With the Miami Heat nearing the end of a grueling but successful stretch, they turned to their closer yet again.
Dwyane Wade scored 11 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, helping the Heat remain alone in eighth in the Eastern Conference with a 113-108 win over the Washington Wizards on Saturday night.
With “M-V-P!” and “Let’s go Heat!” chants echoing through the arena, Wade also had nine rebounds while scoring in double digits for a ninth consecutive game. The 13-time All-Star is retiring following the season.
“You’re not going to deliver every night, but it (darn) sure feels good when you can deliver,” the 37-year-old Wade said. “I’m glad that I can be what I once was in moments and