19.0 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 4.6 APG, 1.1 SPG, 45.6 FG%, 79.3 FT%
At 34 years old, Dwyane Wade isn’t what he once was, but he is far from finished in the NBA and showed this year that he can still play at a high level on any given night. A future Hall of Famer, Wade is still one of the best shooting guards around with an innate ability to get to the basket and finish at the rim.
Wade remains a solid rebounder and passer for his position and while he is on the decline, he can still make a major difference. Wade leaving Miami is difficult to envision, but with Hassan Whiteside and Luol Deng both free agents as well, and Wade’s good friend LeBron James talking about wanting to play with his friends, anything is possible.