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15:36  11 february  2019
15:36  11 february  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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NBA All-Star Game 2019: Dirk Nowitzki, Dwyane Wade added to roster as tribute The NBA icons, who've announced their retirements, will take the court a final time as All-Stars on Feb. 17 in Charlotte. They'll be selected in a new third round of the 2019 NBA All-Star Draft by captains LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo, adding a 13th player to each active All-Star Game roster. MORE: NBA All-Star Game 2019: Ben Simmons, Anthony Davis lead list of reserves | NBA All-Star Game 2019: Biggest snubs, surprises to make rosters Wade — a 12-time NBA All-Star — and James were teammates on the Heat, winning NBA titles in 2012 and '13 after being stunned by Nowitzki's Mavericks in the 2011 Finals.

Dwyane Wade is deciding whether to retire or return for a 16th season. And while Crean isn’t sure if Wade will retire or return for a 16th season, there is one thing he is sure about. “I think there’s still plenty left in the tank for him, no doubt in my mind,” Crean said today from the Las Vegas summer

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Stephen Curry had a question for Dwyane Wade regarding his decision to retire: "Are you sure?"

Wade and Curry swapped shirts Sunday after Wade, 37, was on the losing side in his final appearance at Oracle Arena. Curry's assessment afterward: The Heat legend, who will retire at the end of the season, could keep going.

"It seems like he's got a lot more in the tank," Curry said. "That's what I told him after the game. I was like, 'Are you sure? I know you've got a lot of stuff going on off the court, your family and all that. Are you sure you don't have a couple more years left in there?'"

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Dwyane Wade says he has "one last dance" in him as an NBA player. The upcoming season will be the 16th and final one of his storied career. MORE BASKETBALL. Miami made Wade the fifth overall pick in the 2003 draft, and he became one of the most beloved players in franchise history

[ Wade had said that he can retire now that Winslow is playing so well.] When you hear that, what did it make you think? Justise Winslow: “I don’t Christopher Hine: Thibodeau on Dwyane Wade and his final season: “I was always impressed with not only the way he played but what he was doing in the

"But obviously with him going to every road arena one more time, it's a different energy for sure."

The Warriors trailed by 17 points in the first quarter and Curry says they remain a work in progress despite a run of four consecutive victories.

He said: "Still a feeling-out process in terms of the lineup and just understanding what we're trying to do in every possession.

"We'll correct it but it's just an understanding, it's a different look and there's so many options and weapons out there. Still got to be aggressive to start the quarter, you can't assume it's just going to happen. We'll fix it."

WATCH: Stephen Curry's mom, Sonya, sinks half-court shot during All-Star Weekend.
Sonya Curry, the mother of Stephen and Seth and wife of Dell, showed off her athletic prowess Friday in Charlotte, N.C. She nailed an underhand half-court shot to kick off All-Star Weekend which cleared the practice court. He get it from his mama. @StephenCurry30 mom Sonya Curry makes halfcourt underhand shot. pic.twitter.com/3KQEGAzSSK— Marc J. Spears (@MarcJSpearsESPN) February 15, 2019 The shot came during a Curry Family Foundation event in their hometown and helped the elder Curry's win the competition between family members. Sonya teamed up with Dell against the younger Curry athletes.

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