Budweiser’s emotional Dwyane Wade tribute hits you right in the tear ducts

Vince Carter and Dwyane Wade

Vince Carter and Dwyane Wade

As Dwyane Wade played out his final National Basketball Association game when the Miami Heat visited the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center, he received a visit from his old pals - none other than LeBron James, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony. That's because the Heat not only need to win that game and Wednesday night's clash in Brooklyn, but must also depend on other contending teams to lose their contests.

The 37-year-old superstar has already made it no secret since the start of the season that he is on his last playing year with the Heat. That decision has led to a season's worth of tributes on the road from opposing teams as well as jersey exchanges with fellow players who recognize his impact on the game. The 13-time NBA All-Star had brief stints with the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers before returning to Miami, where he wanted to finish his illustrious career.

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The video also features a woman whose college tuition was paid by Wade.

The clip includes the sister of a Parkland school shooting victim, Joaquin Oliver, whom Wade honored by writing his name on his sneakers before a game.

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