Dwyane Wade tweaked his bruised knee during the second quarter of Game 4's win by the Miami Heat over the Chicago Bulls.
"Just a shooting pain. It hurt," Wade said. "Eventually I was able to re-tape my knee, come back out and try to finish."
Wade didn't score in the first half and finished with six points for the game. It is just the fourth time in 117 career playoff games in which Wade didn't score in double-figures.
"Any time you have a guy who is not 100%, you have to give a little more effort," Chris Bosh said. "Dwyane has been having a tough time getting into the flow of some of the games."
Wade missed Game 4 of the first round series against the Milwaukee Bucks due to the knee.
"It's frustrating at times," Wade said. "You try to do what you can. How I feel is, sometimes it feels good and sometimes it doesn't. You can't predict it. Try to go out there and continue.
"Some days are better than others. Certain games, make a move or do something and the shooting pain might come up."