Dwyane Wade Scores 30 Again, Continues to Make NBA History With GM4 Victory

If Canadians weren’t pissed enough at Dwyane “I am not a disrespectful person” Wade for shooting during their national anthem before game 3, Wade followed up his 38 point performance in game 3 with 30 more in game 4, including 2 to put the game into OT, where the Heat came out victorious.

“It looked dark for a minute,” Wade said, “but there was no quit in us.”

The performance was Wade’s first back-to-back 30 point games since the 2010 season and enough to move him past LeBron James (33) for most 30 point games in franchise history.  He also moved past Magic Johnson (13) on the NBA’s playoff scoring list and is 32 points away from tying Hakeem Olajuwon – don’t be surprised if that happens in game 5.