MIAMI It might take some work for Miami Heat fans to have a concern about a team that has won 41 of its past 43 games. If anything is to be found, its the health of guard Dwyane Wade.
But center Chris Bosh said Tuesday that Heat fans should not worry about Wade, who has been bothered by a sore right knee.
I dont think its anything to be concerned about, Bosh said. I think weve been in positions like this before. Were very comfortable playing with making sure hes getting where he needs to be, to be as close to 100 percent. We just have to keep playing. And he has to get healthy.
Wade missed seven games late in the regular season to rest a bone bruise on his knee. He struggled in last Thursdays Game 3 of an Eastern Conference first-round series against Milwaukee, shooting 1 of 12. He then was rested for Sundays Game 4 and the Heat finished off a sweep.
Wade has vowed to be ready for Game 1 of an East semifinal against Chicago or Brooklyn. The NBA announced Tuesday the series will...