Miami Heat: Dwyane Wade dishes on biggest Bulls disappointment

Jimmy Butler #23 of the Philadelphia 76ers talks to Dwyane Wade #3 of the Miami Heat (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Jimmy Butler #23 of the Philadelphia 76ers talks to Dwyane Wade #3 of the Miami Heat (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /

Miami Heat legend and all-time NBA great Dwyane Wade held a Q&A on Friday evening. He dished on quite a few things, including some of his biggest regrets.

Miami Heat legend and all-time NBA player, Dwyane Wade, has always kept busy and especially since retiring from the NBA, but he has been extremely active digitally since the onset of our current world situation. While he has his virtual show via live stream on his Instagram page, The Wine Down, he has also been popping up all over the internet for other appearances and digital chats.

His latest foray into the digital world of communication comes in the form of a Q&A session. It was during one of Bleacher Report’s AMA sessions where he did quite a bit of dishing on just about everything.

While there was a ton to dig into and believe me, we will, there was something in particular that caught my eye on this first mine. When being asked about a moment during his time with the Chicago Bulls, the Miami Heat great spilled the beans.

Someone asked about the infamous incident when Cristiano Felicio threw a bad pass that likely caused Flash to miss out on a triple-double. While the question asked if this was the most maddening moment of his career, Wade responded by saying that this was “probably the 2nd most mad” he had been in his time with the Bulls.

While that was an interesting tidbit, the introspection he finished the answer with was the most insightful and joyous. He spoke about how that would have given both he and current Miami Heat star, Jimmy Butler then of the Bulls as well, triple-doubles on consecutive nights.

He was mainly thinking about how cool it would have been since no teammates had done the triple-double thing together since Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen did it in their early Bulls days, although MJ and Pip’s were on the same night. The statement from Wade also may give a bit of insight into the relationship he shares with Jimmy Butler, perhaps even a key reason why Butler is now a member of the Miami Heat.

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Who knows, but we are sure glad it’s so. This was just one of the little golden nuggets that Dwyane Wade dropped off on Friday, one of the many. With the way he’s been doing that lately though, he’s just the gift that keeps on giving.