April 17, 2018, 8:55 amDwyane WadeSG, Miami Heat
Dwyane Wade said on Monday that he will take time after the season to decide whether to retire or return to the Heat for one more season.
“Just taking time to think, that's all I'm doing," Wade said. "Taking time to think and looking at every angle and what's the best situation for me to be in. A lot of people think that if you do decide to go out it's because you weren't supposed to be able to play no more. It's not always supposed to be that." The Heat brought back Wade for nights like this and he delivered a vintage performance on Monday going 7-for-8 on midrange jumpers and 11-for-16 overall. The only three Sixers’ defenders who were able to force him into a miss were Saric (0-1), JJ Redick (1-4) and Marco Belinelli (2-3). He made all eight shots he took with other defenders on him, including both shots over the 6’10” Ben Simmons. The series now moves to Miami while Joel Embiid’s return date is still unclear.