Miami Heat: Dwyane Wade (BEST)
Dwyane Wade is finally calling it a career, and what an amazing career it was. Wade finishes top 50 all time in points, assists, steals, free throws, and win shares with a career average of 22 points per game. He played in five NBA Finals, four of them with LeBron and one on his own.
Winning the 2012 and 2013 titles with James pushed Wade up the all time guard rankings, but it was his 2006 championship that really made him a legend. That run made Dwyane Wade the only shooting guard besides Michael Jordan to be the clear best player on a title team. Wade slashed to the rim and finished at an elite level, and he earned every bit of the retirement tour he got.
Miami Heat: Michael Beasley (WORST)
The Heat used the second pick in the 2008 draft on Michael Beasley, who looked like a star out of Kansas State. Two years later the Heat saw LeBron James and Chris Bosh join Dwyane Wade in South Beach, and Beasley might have been the perfect fourth banana.
Instead he was deemed so bad that he was traded in essentially a salary dump. Beasley’s still bouncing around the league.