Dwyane Wade played his final regular season home game against the Philadelphia 76ers on April 9. The 13-time All-Star scored 30 points in the win, but the Miami Heat were eliminated from the playoffs because of the Pistons’win over Memphis. Wade’s final NBA game is at the Barclays Center on April 10 and the tickets are not too expensive, according to Ticketmaster.
The cheapest available ticket is $144, but the seat is in the upper deck of the Barclays Center. Most of the seats in the lower bowl of the arena have been sold with the cheapest ticket starting at $30. The sold-out Barclays Center will get the opportunity to see Wade play in a NBA game for the last time.
The Marquette product has been instrumental in elevating the status of the Heat in the NBA. Before Wade joined the team in 2003, the Heat had never made the NBA Finals and had one appearance in the Eastern Conference Finals. Wade led the Heat to its first-ever NBA title in 2006 and has won two other championships with the team.
He is the team’s all-time leader in points, assists, steals, games, and minutes played. Wade is one of the best shooting guards in NBA history and is a lock to end up in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. He passed Michael Jordan for the most blocks by a guard in NBA history and has always been a solid defender.
Wade has been a member of the NBA All-Defensive team on three separate occasions. He won the 2009 scoring title and was rewarded with his first-ever appearance on the All-NBA first team. Wade made his final appearance on the first team in 2010 but has six career appearances on the second and third All-NBA teams.
The Chicago native has had one of the most storied careers in NBA history. Wade has been swapping jerseys with other NBA players throughout the season and will do it for the final time against the Brooklyn Nets.