Wade ‘still angry’ despite having career year

MIAMI – Dwyane Wade will be the NBA’s scoring champion this season. He put up MVPcaliber numbers, ones that drew comparisons to Michael Jordan and Oscar Robertson. He was healthy. He was happy. And the Miami Heat are back in the playoffs.

MIAMI – Dwyane Wade will be the NBA’s scoring champion this season. He put up MVP-caliber numbers, ones that drew comparisons to Michael Jordan and Oscar Robertson. He was healthy. He was happy. And the Miami Heat are back in the playoffs.

So, Mr. Wade, your assessment of the regular season?

“I’m still angry,” Wade said.

He says this with a straight face, those around him waiting for a punch line that never comes.

A winning record, a scoring title, a career-high 55-point game on Sunday to punctuate the best on-the-court regular season of his life, and he’s not content?

“No,” Wade insists. “I still have something to prove.”

For as much as Wade has enjoyed his basketball revival, it’s clear he still hasn’t recovered from the descent off the game’s mountaintop.

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