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Dwyane Wade had a pretty good game against the Portland Trail Blazers last night. He dropped 32 points, bringing his scoring average to over 30 PPG over his last seven games (although they've nabbed back-to-back wins over the Cavs and Blazers, the Heat have gone 4-3 in that stretch). Wade's March Mojo is looking right, and he's not the only one who's feeling it. LeBron James, forever connected to his Big Three buddy, was able to tap into his Wade Senses while watching the end of the Heat game last night. Before Wade hit the above game-winner, LeBron called his move:
LeBron, watching as the Heat-Blazers game is on in locker room, mutters "right to left step back" before Wade hits right to left step back— Chris Fedor (@ChrisFedor) March 19, 2015
Word eventually got back to Wade that LeBron knew what was coming. "Oh, he knows He knows. It ain't no secret. It ain't no secret," Wade told reporters.
"I got a couple moves, and that's a go-to. Yeah, because a lot of teams try to force me to my right. And they forced me to my right. Hassan set a good screen, so I was able to get a little space and come back to my left. But I'm more comfortable going right since I've been early in my career. So I would have had no problem if they had kept me to my right. I was shooting it. It was going up."
Wade probably won't try to pull that move again if the Heat meet the Cavs in the first round of the playoffs, which is looking increasingly likely.
LeBron continues to be an all-knowing, all-seeing being.
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