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  • Heat fans remember Dwyane Wade's time in Miami

    As hundreds of fans swept through the arena’s Heat store Friday as the team honored Dwyane Wade and sold Wade merchandise for $13, most had the same thought: The Heat’s front office in general, and president Pat Riley in particular, did not prioritize Wade enough.

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As hundreds of fans swept through the arena’s Heat store Friday as the team honored Dwyane Wade and sold Wade merchandise for $13, most had the same thought: The Heat’s front office in general, and president Pat Riley in particular, did not prioritize Wade enough. Orlando Mellado omellado@miamiherald.com

With mixed emotions, Heat fans give parting thoughts on Dwyane Wade Era

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