Found October 31, 2012 on Menudo Bol:
Dwyane Wade has apparently forgotten that time he tried breaking Rajon Rondo’s arm during the playoffs. So when payback was on deck, Wade gets shook up and tight. “I got my kids watching so I stopped myself but it was a punk play by him,” said Wade, who had a team-best 29 points in the win. “He clotheslined me. I’m here to play basketball, man. If you want to do something else, then go do something else. Boxing, this is not it. I was glad I was able to stop myself in that very moment and move on from it. We’ll see next time we play.” - Dwyane Wade
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