Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer
Dwyane Wade, when asked what he said to Cris Felicio, after Felicio grabbed the rebound that would have given Wade a triple double at the end of the game:
"I told him I'm not going to even act like I ain't mad at him," Wade said. "I'm very mad at him. It's all good. He said he didn't see me down there, took a shot at my height. But it's cool. Jimmy got one. It would have been to have two guys get a triple double. I'm sure a stat would have came out that would have said Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler are the first duo to get a triple double on a back-to-back since Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, since they got every record around here. It would have definitely been out there, we laugh about that often but it's all good. I just got to work harder to get another one."