Shots Fired: Dwyane Wade Disses Former Heat Teammate Mike Bibby

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Shots Fired: Dwyane Wade Disses Former Heat Teammate Mike Bibby

First and foremost, Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade is a competitor. A lesson Wade’s former teammate Mike Bibby ( who currently plays for the Knicks)  learned during their teams’ first round playoff matchup earlier this month:

Disrespectful. Now Wade is throwing a few more jabs at his former teammate:

When asked about Bibby Wednesday, Wade decided to take a verbal jab at his former teammate.

“We know Mike has made more shots in this series than he made all last year (with the Heat),” Wade said. “Send that to Mike.”

Bibby will start in place of injured point guard Baron Davis for theNew York Knicks in Game 5 of their first-round playoff series. Bibby is 5 of 13 from 3-point range during the series, including hitting the go-ahead basket late in the fourth quarter of the Knicks’ Game 4 victory Sunday at Madison Square Garden.

Last year Bibby struggled during the Heat’s run to the NBA Finals, shooting just 25 percent (17 of 66) from 3-point range.-Source

Welp Mike, the only way to shut Wade up is to go out and drop 50 points…..or at least win game 5. Either or.