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Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade will sit out Friday's home game against the league-worst Charlotte Bobcats.Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has elected to sit both Wade and guard Mike Miller as part of a "maintenance program" to help them recover from nagging injuries.Wade will miss his 12th game of the season. He has recently been troubled with knee and ankle injuries.Wade is averaging 22.5 points and 4.9 rebounds in 46 games this season.
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