Goran Dragic
Goran Dragic hopes that Dwyane Wade retires with the Miami Heat (Photo: Michael Laughlin / Sun Sentinel)

Dwyane Wade played the first 13 seasons of his NBA career with the Miami Heat. For the last year and a half of his time with in Miami, he was joined by point guard Goran Dragic, whom the Heat acquired from the Phoenix Suns in February 2015.

Wade famously opted to leave Miami and sign with the Chicago Bulls last summer. Unfortunately, his season has come to an end; the Bulls announced Thursday that Wade will miss the remainder of the season due to both a sprain and fracture in his elbow. Dragic was asked about Wade following the injury, saying that Wade texted him on Saturday regarding Dragic’s extremely swollen eye:

Dragic continued:

Dragic hopes that Wade retires with the Heat:

Dragic also downplayed the MVP chants that he received in Wednesday night’s 120-112 win over the New Orleans pelicans:

In the win over the Pelicans, Dragic scored 33 points on 11-18 shooting, including 5-9 from three-point range.


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