Miami Heat veteran Dwayne Wade staying quiet about retirement Video

And cute Gabrielle Union shown in February with husband Dwyane Wade took to Twitter on Tuesday after his Miami Heat team was eliminated from the NBA Playoffs

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"I'll let a month, two months go by and then I'll see how I feel", the 40-year-old continued. Wade retiring with his original team would be a near-picture-perfect ending a fantastic career. I don't know going into the summer of my 15th year, turning 37 next year, there's a lot of variables that go into it.

The Heat's season came to an end on Tuesday when they were defeated by the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 5 of their first-round series.

Wade is at the twilight of career at 36 years old, so he won't need to face this group much more as it matures, but his words can serve as a warning for the rest of the National Basketball Association. After one season in Chicago, he reached a buyout agreement with Chicago and teamed up with LeBron James in Cleveland. "Right after the game, it was like, 'If this was our last time going against each other, then it's been everything and more, ' but I'll give you guys a more in-depth analysis of his career if he decides to hang 'em up". He took his game to a new level in the playoffs, scoring 16.6 points per game and adding 4.2 rebounds and 3.6 assists.

His head coach, Erik Spoelstra has been working with Wade since the guard was drafted in 2003. "I just don't know", said the Spurs veteran, whose game-winning performance two days earlier prompted Warriors coach Steve Kerr to suggest Ginobili should play on for two more years. Wade says he isn't ready to talk about that right now.

Wade's wife, Gabrielle Union, took to social media to address the topic of her husband's future.

With Cleveland looking for a tuneup, there was almost a complete overhaul of the entire Cavaliers team, which sent Wade packing and heading back where it all began in Miami.

The present time in Wade's career comes at a time where he sits at the top of the leaderboards in almost every statistical category in the Miami Heat organization. He has played 876 games for Miami, and is the team's all-time leader in points (20,473), assists (5,009), steals (1,433), field goals made (7,426) and attempted (15,267) and free throws made (5,226) and attempted (6,815).

"The elephant in the room, and not because of anything approaching oversized play in the playoffs", wrote Winderman.

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