Found November 04, 2011 on ESPN:
PLAYERS: Dwyane Wade
TEAMS: Miami Heat
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Dwyane Wade's body is spent. He's in absolute agony. He's gritting his teeth and taking huge gasps of air as the clock is ticking down, all while people surround and implore him to keep going all the way to the finish.
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