Dwyane Wade’s final NBA season is nearing the end as his Miami Heat are doing whatever they can to try to clinch a spot in the postseason to give him a few more playoff games under his belt.

On Monday night the Heat were in Boston for a date with the Celtics and since there’s a good chance it’ll be the last time D-Wade plays against them in Boston, they wanted to make sure to send him out with something special.

Before tip-off, Wade was approached by Celtics general manager and President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge, who gifted Miami’s all-time leading scorer with a piece of the court from the 2008 TD Garden and also forgave him “for messing up Rondo’s elbow.”

In 44 career games against the Celtics, Wade is averaging 19.7 points, 5.3 assists and 3.8 rebounds per game.

(H/T Twitter/MiamiHEAT)