Dwayne Wade was all too helpful when Mike Bibby of the Knicks lost his shoe in the second quarter of Game 2 on Monday night.
Bibby lost it in a scrum near the basket. Wade picked up Bibby's show while the Knicks guard was looking for an open man. Wade picked up the shoe and tossed it off the court, sending Twitter into one of its most important debates of the day.
Watch Wade take a new tact on gaining a competitive advantage in the video below the jump.
And there it goes. Wade did not get a technical foul for his move. No advantage was gained either; the Knicks scored on the ensuing play.
This was not the first shoe tossing incident in NBA history. Trevor Ariza hurled Ron Artest's shoe into the stands during a 2009 regular season game.
The Heat have a slight lead over the Knicks with about four minutes left in the first half.