Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade is going out in style.
In his final home game last night at American Airlines Arena, the future hall-of-famer put up 30 points, leading the Heat past the 76'ers 122-99.
Before tip-off, an elaborate ceremony was held on the court that included a video retrospective and salutes from dignitaries, like former President Barack Obama.
Wade took the microphone and thanked his teammates, fans, and the city of Miami for their years of support.
Despite Wade's efforts on the court, it wasn't enough to keep the team's playoff hopes alive.
Detroit won its game, eliminating Miami from playoff contention.
Wade's 16-year career will come to an end tonight when the Heat travel to Brooklyn to take on the Nets.
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