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Dwyane Wade turned back the clock with an alley-oop slam against the Pacers. 

By Rohan Nadkarni
January 04, 2016

Dwyane Wade is still one of the most effective shooting guards in the NBA, though it’s no secret the three-time champion has lost some of the explosiveness of his early days.

Wade recaptured his high-flying ability for a brief moment Monday night, throwing down a one-handed alley-oop jam against the Pacers. The slam had youngster Tyler Johnson hugging assistant coach Juwan Howard on the bench, while Heat owner Micky Arison tweeted about a “Flash” sighting.

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​Not a bad dunk for a shooting guard turning 34 later this month. 

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