Dwyane Wade’s First Lob Of The Season Came During A Vintage Clutch Performance

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| January 5th, 2016 | 960 Views

It may be 2016 but on Monday, Dwayne Wade was jumping and playing like it was 2006.

The 33 year old Wade had 27 points, a vintage alley-oop dunk and a clutch buzzer-beating layup to force OT in a comeback win against the Pacers.

“It felt like a playoff game,” Wade said. “So I’m glad we found a way to pull it out.”

As for the vintage dunk, it was Wade’s first lob of the season.  So in honor of the lob, let’s look back at a few of his best lobs from his early days after we look at his highlights from last night.







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