The mere mention of Game 7 got Dwyane Wade's undivided attention.
He knows there's nothing better.
There were two ultimate games in the entirety of the 2015 NBA Playoffs, and there will be two on Sunday alone as the first round of this postseason draws to a close. Charlotte goes to Miami in the afternoon and then Indiana plays at Toronto in the evening, the winners of those games to quickly move on to an Eastern Conference semifinal matchup against one another on Tuesday.
"You have to love what Game 7 is," said Wade, the Miami guard who led his team to a season-saving Game 6 road win over Charlotte on Friday. "At this point in my career, I play for...