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Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade will miss his sixth consecutive game with a sprained right ankle, sitting out Wednesday night's matchup against the Detroit Pistons.
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Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade received treatment on his sprained right ankle, according to the Sun Sentinel. The guard is still listed as day-to-day and is questionable for Tuesday's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Wade has missed four consecutive games due to the injury, but did practice last Friday with the team.The Heat will most likely not rush him back, as the they...
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Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade is once again holding his annual Thurs NBA All Star wknd kickoff in Orlando — The party is at Club Vain and will be hosted by Dwyane Wade with the Miami Heat’s personal DJ Irie. Hopefully Wade will leave the pink sweater at home. Check out the alternate flyer here. -TO
Wade’s Birthday Entrance on Sprained Ankle
MIAMI One star from the much-heralded 2003 draft has returned. Another is taking a seat.Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade returned for Friday nights game against the New York Knicks at AmericanAirlines Arena after missing six games due to a sprained right ankle. However, Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony sat out for what will be the first of at least two games in order to rest various injuries...
It’s official, Dwyane Wade will not suit up for the Miami Heat on Tuesday night when the Cleveland Cavaliers come to Florida for a game, tweets our man Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel. Sorry fans of Deeeeeetroit bas-ket-ball, but you probably won’t see Wade in uniform in the Motor City Wednesday either. Smart move…
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. IfLeBron James is thinking about an exit strategy out of Miami, he's certainly not letting on. Instead, he seems focused on holding down the fort until Dwyane Wade gets healthy.
With Wade missing his sixth straight game (ninth of the season) because of a sprained right ankle, it was up to James and Chris Bosh, the other two members of the Big Three, to hold...
There's never a good time to face the Miami Heat, but at least the Pistons get the favorites to win the Eastern Conference without one of the Big Three. All-Star guard Dwyane Wade missed his fifth straight game Tuesday night and isn't expected to play tonight at the Palace.
A look at the starting lineups, inactive lists and referees for Wednesday's night's game between the Miami Heat and Detroit Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills, with Dwyane Wade again sidelined:
A look at the starting lineups, inactive lists and referees for Tuesday's night's game between the Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers at AmericanAirlines Arena, with Dwyane Wade again sidelined:
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade will miss his sixth consecutive game with a sprained right ankle, sitting out Wednesday night's matchup against the Detroit Pistons. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra says Wade is still day-to-day. He missed his eighth game of the season overall Tuesday night against Cleveland.
MIAMI (AP) -- Carmelo Anthony will not play Friday night when the New York Knicks visit the Miami Heat, who are still waiting to see if Dwyane Wade's sprained right ankle will allow him to return to the lineup.
Dwyane Wade has recovered from his sprained right ankle and will play Friday night (8 ET, ESPN) against the New York Knicks, who will be without All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony.
Miami guard Dwyane Wade will miss his sixth consecutive game with a sprained right ankle, sitting out tonight at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
Chris Bosh scored a season-high 35 points and the Miami Heat won another game without Dwyane Wade, holding off the Cleveland Cavaliers, 92-85, on Tuesday.
Dwyane Wade’s extended stint on the injured list has forced the Miami Heat to look elsewhere for firepower, which Chris Bosh has been more than happy to supply. Per the Miami Herald: “The guy is shooting 71.1 percent over his past two games and hasn’t missed a three-pointer or a free throw. Bosh made his first seven shots on Wednesday against Detroit, finishing with 27 points...
Back-to-backs. In this hurried 66 game NBA season, teams are being forced to play games on back-to-back nights much more frequently than during a normal 82 game season. Miami, like many teams, has struggled in the second game of these BTB’s this year, including a loss to Milwaukee just a few days ago. On this Wednesday night in Detroit, it looked for a moment like the Heat...