Justise Winslow offers to ghost write Aaron Gordon’s Dwyane Wade diss

Dwyane Wade, Justise Winslow, Miami Heat (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
Dwyane Wade, Justise Winslow, Miami Heat (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /
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Former Miami Heat standout Justise Winslow offered his services to Aaron Gordon to ghostwrite his diss track on former teammate Dwyane Wade

When you switch sides, you inevitably bring some dirt with you. Being a close confidant of Dwyane Wade while on the Miami Heat, forward Justise Winslow has now threatened to break the bond of trust between the two former teammates and help Aaron Gordon with his rap career.

For those that missed it, in February, Dwyane Wade rated an Aaron Gordon dunk in the 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend Dunk Contest a 9 out of 10.

After going tit-for-tat with Heat wing Derrick Jones Jr., Gordon spontaneously called out Tacko Fall (who is 7-foot-5, mind you) and dunked over him.

While it was an electric moment at the United Center, Wade rating it 9 out of 10 kept Gordon from finishing the contest a champion on that dunk, and the joke on 9/10 has been running since.

Now, Gordon has spent his quarantine time launching a rap career, dropping two new songs, the second of which was a diss track of sorts on Wade titled “9 OUT OF 10.”

Winslow, the night the track was released said that Gordon should have let him write the song because of the dirt he has on Wade and how he knows how to play to his psyche.

Bitter Winslow, perhaps? Has his loyalty to Miami already shaken?

He was traded earlier this season to the Memphis Grizzlies after battling nagging injuries all season. Winslow, when healthy was a stable and high-upside contributor for the Heat, but Miami’s timeline is now and they flipped him for Andre Iguodala, a star veteran hoping to compete for what could be his last shot at an NBA Finals appearance.

Winslow played with Wade in Miami for the start of his career and it’s unlikely there’s actually any bad blood here, probably just a crew of freakishly good athletes joking around during a time where there’s not much to keep us entertained.

Thank goodness they did it on Twitter so we can all enjoy it.

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