SAN ANTONIO — Dwyane Wade made his final trip to the AT&T Center Wednesday night.
Wade and the Miami Heat took on the San Antonio Spurs last night, ultimately snapping the team's nine-game winning streak.
The NBA star is retiring at the end of this season and has been documenting his final season on social media, dubbing it #OneLastDance.
To celebrate Wade's last game against the San Antonio Spurs, Coach Pop presented three-time NBA champion with a collection of signed jerseys.
Wade shared a photo of the gift, which shows the signed jerseys of former Spurs Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, and Manu Ginobli, on Instagram.
He captioned the photo: "That was awesome!!!. A big thank you to the @spurs organization and fans for that amazing tribute and ovation! Coach Pop is one of a kind... My jersey collection is 🔥 thank you for these 3 HOF jerseys... #OneLastDance 🎁 "
The San Antonio Spurs shared a video of the tribute to the 13-time All Star, who played his first 13 seasons with Miami, before spending one season with the Chicago Bulls, and then signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Wade re-signed with the Heat after the Cavs traded him to Miami in 2018.
The night ended with the Heat defeating the Spurs, 110-105, the team's first loss since the Rodeo Road Trip.