MIAMI Memo to opposing players: Feel free to keep shaking in your high-tops when thinking about the Miami Heat.
The Heat have won their first two playoff games by an average of 17.5 points and guard Dwyane Wade still isnt fully healthy. He made that pronouncement despite scoring 21 points and shooting 8 of 14 in Tuesday nights 98-86 win over the Milwaukee Bucks at AmericanAirlines Arena.
I'm not where I want to be, Wade said about coming back from a sore right knee that kept him out of seven games late in the regular season.
So the guy who flew in for a pair of marvelous third-quarter dunks still isnt as explosive as he expects to be in this postseason. That hasn't helped the Bucks, who now trail the Eastern Conference first-round series 2-0.
But it's good news for the Heat. Even forward LeBron James cant help but wonder how good Miami can be in the playoffs when Wade is closer to full strength.
He was flying around, and I know hes not 100 percent, and its just his will, James...