As you can see in that video, Dwyane Wade made a truly amazing block on a Tim Duncan floater during last night’s Heat/Spurs matchup. Well, a double-block really, as Wade deflects the ball on the way up, then swats it out at the apex of his jump. Pretty bonkers, especially in slow motion.
Just like the rest of us, Dwyane Wade wanted to see that block again, so he turned his eyes to the American Airlines Arena Jumbotron. Looking skyward, Wade hoped to marvel the majesty of his ability. Didn’t quite work out that way, though. From the AP:
Wade, who blocked five shots in Saturday’s romp over Memphis, had another for the highlight reel when he blocked Duncan’s layup with 7:36 left in the third. He looked at the overhead scoreboard for a replay, but Bosh getting fouled on the other end was shown instead.
Ba-dum-ba-dunnnnn-bowwwww. That is what you get, Dwyane Wade, for trying to enjoy your basketball wizardry — a replay of a foul call against your own teammate, because the modern NBA is built on fouling and not spectacular highlights. This guy knows what I’m talking about.
Sorry, Dwyane. Guess you’ll just have to wait for YouTube. Hope this helps.