Found March 26, 2013 on Crossover Chronicles:
Things are going swimmingly for the Miami Heat now winners of 27 games in a row. Their latest victim was the lowly Orlando Magic but against the Bobcats, Dwayne Wade couldn't help but ham it up for the camera and interview his teammate LeBron James. After the Heat's 109-77 pummeling of the Bobcats, Wade took the mic from Heat reporter Jason Jackson and interviewed James on the win. Well, he did need a little help from Jackson but instead of thanking the reporter, Wade proceeds to shove him aside. Check out Wade (who sat out due to knee soreness) doing his thing with James including Chris Bosh having some fun with the two and Wade clearly not checking his ego at the door during the interview. [follow]
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