Adi Joseph, USA TODAY Sports
Dwyane Wade has heard and seen it all in his 10 NBA seasons. That doesn't mean he'll put up with anything.
The Miami Heat guard was being heckled by notoriously harsh Utah Jazz fans during Monday's 104-97 loss. The result: A fan in a courtside seat was removed from the game by a security guard.
With the Heat down 20 in the third quarter, Wade points out a fan to security guards, who escort him out. The fan gets in a few indecipherable words to Wade before he goes.
Wade could have been frustrated from his off night. He finished with 11 points. Then again, the Heat turned things around after the fan was ejected, finishing the game on a 37-24 run from that point.
We're not sure if Wade asked for the fan to be removed or simply pointed out the troublemaker after someone else raised the red flag. Either way, courtside seats are expensive.