Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade played in his final game at the United Center on Saturday night, and the Chicago Bulls honored him with a touching video.
Wade, a Chicago-native, is retiring from the NBA at the conclusion of this season, and the team honored him by highlighting his charitable works in the city, as well as for the season that he spent with the team during the 2016-17 campaign:
Wade has had some great games against the Bulls, averaging 20.3 points per game in 49 appearances against Chicago.
When asked where he ranked himself among the best players to hail from Chicago, Wade paid tribute to another legendary player.
"When people have asked me who I think the best player who was born and raised in Chicago, I always go with Isiah Thomas," he said.
Wade checked into Saturday's game against the Bulls as a reserve, and received a raucous ovation from the crowd at the arena.