The Miami Heat are not sure if guard Dwyane Wade will be able to play Tuesday against San Antonio because of a sprained right ankle.
Wade also has been dealing with a sore foot and strained calf muscle. Teammate Chris Bosh says Wade should not play until he's healthy again and the team ''will hold it down'' in his absence.
Miami has lost three straight games and entered Sunday in third place in the Southeast Division and sixth overall in the Eastern Conference.
Wade turned the ankle late in Miami's loss at Denver on Friday night. X-rays were negative, but Wade initially feared it was broken.
It's a busy week for Miami, with the Los Angeles Lakers coming in Thursday and the surging Philadelphia 76ers visiting Saturday.