The Miami Heat are fun to watch.
When they get the chance to run the break, things typically happen in a phonemenal fashion. On Friday night against the Kings, the Heat showcased some of those skills, and they routed Sacramento. In the play above, they turned the ball over, and the Kings looked like they were about to get a fastbreak bucket, but Dwyane Wade didn’t give up on the play, and some of that magic happened.
Wade came up with the steal, and he made the save which started the break. He then showed us that his knees are feeling great, and he got the ball back and got the hoop plus the harm. Wade looks healthy, as he scored 20 points for Miami in a 122-103 win.