Listen: Pistons, Dwayne Wade, Detroit discussed on 24 Hour News
"Forty first time for the last time here in downtown Detroit. You gotta tip the cap and give respect to a guy who's been doing it for a long period of time. And absolutely as a fan favorite. I know where they have me sitting Tana Miami Heat fans here and cheering every single time. He makes a move just again, the ultimate sign of respect when you can command the attention of an opposing arena, and let's be honest too. I mean, the pistons Dwayne Wade back in the day, plenty of battles in Dwayne Wade, ripping the heart out of a lot of pistons fans as the Miami Heat along with Shaquille. O'neil we're able to to win an NBA championship. Not to mention the big three with LeBron James, and Chris Bosh, but the level of respect that you have you know, from fans here Detroit to Dwayne Wade as he makes his final appearance in Detroit special moment, a special opportunity to be able to see him in person one last time here, I know for my purposes, I don't take that lightly because he's he's one of the greats and had a tremendous Ron, but we'll see if the pistons can put the clamps down on the Miami Heat here in the second half pistons leading the heat fifty three to thirty nine after twenty four minutes of play a step aside gets caught up in the other games going on around the NBA this evening. You're listening to the pistons halftime show presented by Bill for property restoration. It's time to celebrate. And fire keepers time to raise your game with seventy live table games. And twenty nine hundred action packed slots time to satisfy your cravings at award winning restaurants and raise the curtain on superstar entertainment, then stay the night in a AAA four diamond room or suite and keep the celebration going. It's time to get your bagels on fire keepers casino hotel. I'm not a Detroit Pistons but possible I may have but I have the heart of a champion. No, athletic, shoe sponsors are knocking on my door. Diabetes won't knock me down. I won't let a bum knee Benjamin. At Henry Ford. We know what it takes to be champion. You can say I face tough opponents, I took on cancer and no liver transplant throw me off my game. I will we see that winning spirit every day on the court as the official team physicians of the Detroit, Pistons, and it all of our locations across Michigan. Could I make a three not to save my life? But I can do whatever nobody knows how much time is left on the shot clock. But I aim to."