Dwyane Wade's cartwheel videobomb while LeBron James was being interviewed on television after Monday night's Miami Heat game against the Phoenix Suns is getting more attention than Wade's performance in the game.
The two-time defending NBA champion Heat can afford the levity. The team has won seven straight, nine out of 10, and is cruising along with an 11-3 record. During Monday’s route against the Suns, Wade scored 21 points and dished out 12 assists while James poured in 35 points on 11 of 14 shooting.
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BleacherReport.com says the suspense already has largely been eliminated from the regular season.
“Some six months before the start of the 2014 Eastern Conference Finals, the matchup already appears set in stone. The Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers have established themselves among the NBA’s elites. The rest of the conference appears in jeopardy of losing its NBA credentials.”
But James appeared more impressed with Wade’s double cartwheel videobomb, which came while James was being asked about how the game transpired. “We have gone to a whole 'nother stratosphere,” he said while trying to hold back the laughter.
When Wade was done, he casually walked off the court and high-fived impressed fans on the way to the locker room.
For the uninitiated, a videobomb or photobomb is when an otherwise normal picture has been spoiled by someone who was not supposed to be there.
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