2011 NBA Playoffs Video: Dwyane Wade Dives In Stands, Terrible Miami Heat Fans Let Him Fall

The Miami Heat acquitted themselves well in a 99-90 Game 1 victory over the Boston Celtics, and Dwyane Wade was all-around brilliant. 38 points on 21 shots, 5 assists, 3 steals, 2 blocks. Great game for Wade.

Miami Heat fans? Less so, as they continue to reinforce the stereotype they're among the worst and least-supportive in the league. Check the animated GIF by clicking here.

Hey Heat fans, you do realize this guy singlehandedly carried you to your only NBA championship? You realize his recruitment of LeBron James and Chris Bosh is the reason you're in this position to be three wins away from the Eastern Conference Finals? CATCH THE MAN YOU KEEP ON CHANTING "M-V-P" FOR (Well, you also chant "M-V-P" for LeBron, and Joel Anthony, which also doesn't reflect too well on you...) INSTEAD OF LETTING HIM FALL INTO THE METAL CHAIRS.

For more on the NBA Playoffs, head over to SB Nation's NBA page. For reaction from Heat fans, head over to Peninsula is Mightier. For reaction from Celtics fans, check out Celtics Blog.

What do you guys think of D-Wade's hustle and the spinelessness of Heat fans? Let us know in the comments!

(HT Ben Golliver of Blazers Edge)

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