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Dwyane Wade comes across as a really nice guy off the court, but don’t let the image fool you. He’s actually a dirty player who’s willing to do anything on the court to win. That includes throwing aside an opponent’s shoe to slow that player down if he has to. Early in the second quarter of Game 2 between the Heat and Knicks on Monday night, Knicks guard Mike Bibby (yes, he’s still playing) lost a shoe. Wade didn’t waste any time tossing it aside to make Bibby chase after it. After that move, the Knicks were either playing with a shoeless man on offense, or 4 on 5 basketball. Dirty player that D-Wade, dirty player.
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