Miami Heat

Sights and sounds from Dwyane Wade's final home game in Miami

Dwyane Wade suited up for the first regular season home game of his career on Oct. 31, 2003, when the Miami Heat hosted the Detroit Pistons.

On Tuesday night, the three-time champion appeared in front of the American Airlines crowd for what was the final time in his Hall of Fame career. He finished the night with 30 points on 10-for-23 shooting including 4-for-10 from beyond the arc.

As Wade has exemplified what it means to be a member of the Heat for the past 16 years, an emotional outpouring of love and support were to be expected ahead of the final game in front of his home crowd.

What he received somehow exceeded those expectations.

Re-live Wade's final home game as a member of the Miami Heat through the best sights and sounds from the night…

Wade arrives

Spoelstra and Wade

American Airlines Arena

Wade's shoes

Bam Adebayo's shoes

Jimmy Butler wearing a "L3GACY" shirt

Tribute video

Zaire Wade recreates Dad's iconic commercial

Wade's player introduction

President Barack Obama pays tribute

A pregame moment with the fans

Wade's first basket

Wade's first half

Former teammates catching up

Wade's fourth quarter

Wade and Haslem check into the game together

No shortage of jersey swaps

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