Philadelphia 76ers: 3 takeaways from Game 2 vs. Heat

Philadelphia 76ers: 3 takeaways from Game 2 vs. Heat

The Miami Heat beat the Philadelphia 76ers 113-110 in Game 2 of their first round playoff series on Monday night.

But Wade is no dummy. They have one, he's just not playing. Wade is closer to retirement than he is his prime.

Embiid told ESPN that he could also sit out Game 3 in Miami.

Wade helped the Heat jump out to a 56-42 halftime lead, but the Sixers made a strong comeback attempt in the second half, cutting the lead to just two in the middle of the fourth quarter.

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Wade's back-and-forth with Hart even continued on after the buzzer sounded, with him telling the comedian that he would not be welcome in the arena when the series moved back to Miami. "Taking time to think and looking at every angle and what's the best situation for me to be in".

Wade's display proves motivation can come from the funniest of places during the National Basketball Association playoffs. Upon joining the Cavs in September, he said he still plans to retire with the Heat.

The comic actor wasn't so amusing with the Heat star to the point Wade was asked on ESPN after the game what got into him during a 28-point game.

He wore a Phantom of the Opera mask to Game 1 of the Sixers' first-round playoff match-up with the Miami Heat and surprised the crowd when he rang the ceremonial liberty bell before the game.He seemed like he was having fun. The Heat, like us all, will hope to see a few more vintage efforts from Wade before the season's through, because it's sounding more and more like we may not get many more chances.

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