Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/18/14
We’ve talked in the past about Dwyane Wade being a dirty player, and he was up to some of his old tricks on Sunday. During a fourth quarter possession against the Los Angeles Lakers, the Miami Heat guard drove to the basket, went up for a layup, and was fouled on the play. Wade did a kick with his leg toward Metta World Peace, as if he was trying to create more space for himself. He didn’t appear to actually make contact with Metta, but the move led to this great screencap via @cjzero: Wade was caught in a kicking pose looking just like Liu Kang from Mortal Kombat. Naturally, the screencap led to this fantastic photoshop job by @DanWeiner: Excellent! The post Dwyane Wade kick at Metta World Peace gets Mortal Kombat treatment appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: James Harden elbows Metta World Peace: Revenge or accident? (Video) Metta World Peace is from ‘Queensbridge, you already know’ (Video) ABC station in Chicago calls Metta World Peace ‘Lakers Idiot’ (Picture)
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  • Wade is always kicking at the opponentbut the refs look the other way.The same way that La Queen Jane does,wrapping his free arm around the defender and holding him back,and he gets away with it.Also drops his shoulder like a running back,knocks the defender away and the refs let him do it all the time.That is why he gets those easy lay-ups and slam-dunks.
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