After seeing the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in New York City, Dwyane Wade tweeted against the NBA's decision not to postpone Friday's game.
The Miami Heat got into New York City Thursday night, and after seeing the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, Dwyane Wade questioned the NBA's decision not to postpone his team's contest against the New York Knicks on Friday night.
In a report from the South Florida Sun-Sentinel on Friday morning, Wade first tweeted "3 hour traffic just to get into the NY city.. C'monMan..."
Later, in an effort to make certain that he was not referring to feeling perturbed with being stuck in traffic, Wade would tweet, "2 be clear "Traffic tweet was meant 2 say"... We shouldn't B hre 2 play a basketball game when theirs so many families obviously still R affected by #Sand."
Due to Hurricane Sandy, Thursday night's game between the Knicks and Brooklyn Nets, which was going to be the regular season opening of the Barclays Center, was postponed until Nov. 26.
Coverage of the Heat and Knicks is set to begin at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.