Dwyane Wade talks about retirement, Kobe and LeBron in candid Twitter Q&A
Pleased with his stats, Dwyane Wade says he's not retiring anytime soon. 

DWYANE Wade conducted a surprise question and answer session on Twitter where the Miami Heat star candidly gave his take on retirement, his health, LeBron James and Kobe Bryant.

Wade, who has agreed to play for the Heat for one more year for $20 million, was said to have been attending to a personal affair at a Dade County Department of Motor Vehicles office on Monday morning (Tuesday, Manila time) when he decided to host a Q&A for his Twitter followers.



It was a frank discussion between the 33-year-old combo guard who gamely replied to both fans and detractors.

One thing Wade said was he is not retiring any time soon.



He even took the time to respond to a trash-talker who asked him about former Heat teammate LeBron James.



Wade also offered his opinion on Kobe Bryant and whether he is willing to play with the Los Angeles Lakers star, who some claim is a difficult teammate.   



On a lighter note, Wade also offered to 'yell' at Heat point guard Mario Chalmers; that his knees were fine after 13 seasons of pounding; he prefers pork sausage over bacon; "Live in your moment" is a quote that he lives by; and that the necessary attributes for an NBA championship team are "B4 this year... Kobe, (Tim Duncan)or Me".

Before he finished the Q&A so he can "go back to enjoying my vacation", Wade was asked if he deserves to be the greatest Miami Heat player ever, he answered with a resounding, "YES".   



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