Thursday, January 29th, 2009 at 6:06 pm  |  11 responses

Video: Heat Make The Perfect Pass(es)

Warning: Unsafe to attempt unless playing Washington.

No doubt Kobe “stole” moves from his Olympic teammates this summer. But judging from this Dwyane Wade’s perfect, off-balance alley opp pass to Daequan Cook, Kobe wasn’t the only one who was watching and learning.

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  • Jackie Moon

    My colleague and I watched this a couple of times this morning and kept wondering, “Why did DWade have to fall on that one?”

  • Sebastian B. O. Bunionstow, esq.

    Thing of beauty brought to you by D-Wade.

  • Tyrone Shoelaces

    maybe converse is re-making the fall down 7, get up 8 ad and asked dwyane for some new footage? lol I don’t know, even if it was just for dramatic effect, it worked.

  • futurematic

    He was showing the Spurs how to flop and not get hated on.

  • http://www.lkz.ch Darksaber

    Damn near the same play that happened in the group phase of the Olympics in the game (umm, destruction really) against Greece. Wade got the ball while falling out of bounds, then passed (while in midair) to a streaking Kobe for an alley oop. Thing of beauty, i luv it when the ball goes across the court without touching the floor.

  • wilz

    for it to work he has to tell himself he’s shooting…otherwise the the ball wont travel the same way..

  • chris

    not the play of the year. Good play tho. The old run-n-gun suns had this kinda a play every night back in the good ole days.

  • jay

    yeah i agree with chris. not play of the year.

  • http://dillanleuyahoo.com Holy Baller

    What a drama queen. He could have stayed on his feet and done the same thing. This is why I’m not a DWade fan.

  • j-smoov 5

    @ Holy Baller: Don’t be hating Wade’s amazing.

  • realgt

    whats this supposed to mean: “Kobe wasn’t the only one who was watching and learning.”

    are you implying wade was stealing moves? – like from himself???

    wade was the one who threw the fallaway lob to kobe