Two nights after they were throttled by the San Antonio Spurs, the Miami Heat bounced back in a big way Thursday night, evening the NBA Finals at two games apiece with a 109-93 win. And while LeBron James – as he tends to do in these situations – had a big game, scoring 33 points to go along with 11 rebounds, it was Dwyane Wade who most impressed Adam Schein.

Schein, talking on Schein on Sports on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Radio, thought it was a throwback performance from the artist formerly known as Flash.

“How about Dwyane Wade?” Schein asked. “I thought Wade was going to be solid. I’m on record saying you can’t bank on him. I’m also on record saying the Dwyane Wade of 2006, when he was arguably one of the best – if not the best – players in the league, when he was The Flash; that guy was dead, and defunct, and buried. That guy was done! Well he turned back the clock in a big time way, didn’t he?”

Schein added that Wade even managed to steal the spotlight from his superbuddy James.

“I think the big time story from last night’s game is Dwyane Wade. Wade was absolutely Flash-esque from 2006.”

Listen to Schein’s complete thoughts below, and tune into to SiriusXM channel 86 at 10 am ET Monday to get Schein’s analysis of all the weekend’s action.

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