• Buzzer-beating shots.

    Physics-defying dunks.

    History-making championships.

    Dwyane Wade's done them all.Scroll to relive every moment and memory from the future Hall of Famer's 16-year career.

  • April 18, 2004 Game-Winner vs. New Orleans

    Game Winner VS New Orleans
    Game Winner VS New Orleans Video

    Talk about a coming-out-party. With 10 seconds on the clock – and an All-NBA point guard in his way – a rookie Wade blew by the Hornets' Baron Davis to deliver the HEAT's first playoff victory in over four years with a game-winning floater.

  • June 20, 2006 2006 NBA Champion

    2006 NBA Champion
    2006 NBA Champion Video

    Staring down an 11-point 4th quarter deficit and a potential 0-3 hole vs. Dallas, D. Wade declared, "I ain't going out like that." He then let his game do all the talking, scoring 10 points in the final six minutes to capture Game 3, then averaging nearly 40 points over three more wins en route to the first HEAT Championship.

  • June 20, 2006 2006 NBA Finals MVP

    2006 NBA Finals MVP
    2006 NBA Finals MVP Video

    The mantra may have been "15 Strong" throughout the HEAT's first championship run, but by the time Wade hoisted the Finals MVP trophy, we all knew it was one man's will that got us there.

  • March 9, 2009 "This Is My House!"

    This Is My House
    This Is My House Video

    The steal. The swish. The scorer's table. You know how it all went down. Need we say more?

  • November 12, 2009 The Varejao Dunk

    The Varejao Dunk
    The Varejao Dunk Video

    There are dunks, and then there are YAMS! That's precisely what a crowd of 19,600 witnessed as Wade punched home a vicious one-handed stuff over Anderson Varejao.

  • 2008-09 Season MV3

    MV3
    MV3 Video

    30.2 ppg. 7.5 apg. 5.0 rpg. 2.19 spg. 1.34 bpg. Wade's eye-popping numbers during his MVP-caliber 2008-09 season earned him a spot on the All-NBA First Team – and a permanent place in the hearts of statheads.

  • June 21, 2012 2012 NBA Champion

    2012 NBA Champion
    2012 NBA Champion Video

    Following the arrival of fellow All-Stars LeBron James and Chris Bosh, it wasn't a question of "if" but "when" Wade would add another ring to his resumé. It didn't take long. After a grueling seven-game series vs. Boston, Wade and the gang earned the HEAT's second title, dispatching a young OKC team in 5 games.

  • June 18, 2013 2013 NBA Champion

    2013 NBA Champion
    2013 NBA Champion Video

    It was only fitting that 3 would get a third. On the heels of Game 6's "The Shot", Wade etched his name in league lore as a repeat champ on an era-defining dynasty.

  • February 9, 2018 The R3turn

    The R3turn
    The R3turn Video

    Turns out you can come home again. After stints in Chicago and Cleveland, Wade returned to the 305, single-handedly transforming a game vs. the Bucks into the stage for a long-awaited reunion.

  • February 27, 2019 #ONELASTDANCE

    #ONELASTDANCE
    #ONELASTDANCE Video

    No one likes the "will he/won't he" retirement game. So before the start of the 2018-19 season, Wade left no room for doubt, bidding the basketball world goodbye with a video urging both fans and fellow players to join him for #OneLastDance.

  • April 9, 2019 Final Home Game

    Final Home Game
    Final Home Game Video

    Late in Season 16, all of Wade County gathered to watch Father Prime grace the HEAT hardwood for the final time. Tributes were delivered, tears were shed, and buckets were gotten as Wade poured in a game-high 30 points to end his home tenure with a W against the Sixers.

  • April 10, 2019 Final Career Game

    Final Home Game
    Final Home Game Video

    The very next night, Flash's farewell tour made its final stop in Brooklyn. And in a particularly poetic sequence, it was Wade himself who delivered a triple-double-clinching assist to the only teammate worthy of such an epic sign-off: Udonis Haslem. At game's end, Wade had logged over 35,000 minutes in 1,054 career games—948 of which came as a member of the team that drafted him.