Dwyane Wade made his debut last night with his hometown Chicago Bulls and everything went perfect for him. He dropped 22 points, which included hitting 4 of 6 shots from three point land, which is something he rarely does considering he only hit 9 three pointers all of last season. He was shooting it so well from deep that he didn’t let a minor scuffle between his teammates and Celtics players get him off his game.


At this point in his career, Wade is just too old for the nonsense and that’s exactly what was going on before the end of the first half.

As you saw, the incident started after Jimmy Butler tripped Jae Crowder on purpose after drawing a charge. They both had something to say to each other, which then led to other players getting involved and making it more than what it was. It was really nothing to begin with especially knowing Butler and Crowder have been friends for years after playing at Marquette University together. Coincidentally that’s also where Wade went.

A younger Wade may have gotten involved in the meaningless scuffle but as you saw, he could care less about any of that and just wanted to keep shooting.