LONDON (AP) -- Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade says his recovery from offseason knee surgery is going as planned, and he's expecting to resume on-court workouts in September.
Wade told The Associated Press on Wednesday that "rehab is going very well."
He had surgery on his left knee on July 9, after helping the Heat win the NBA championship despite being bothered by knee pain and swelling throughout the playoffs. The Heat will open training camp in late September. Wade said he expects to be fully ready to go when Miami opens the defense of its title against the Boston Celtics on Oct. 30.
Wade was in London on Wednesday in a promotional appearance at NBA House for Gatorade, one of his longtime sponsors.