Dwyane Wade played 41 minutes against the Pacers on Wednesday, scoring 19 points with six boards, five assists, three steals and one block on 9-of-15 shooting.
Dwyane Wade (knee) will start in Game 1 vs. the Pacers, as expected.
Dwyane Wade (knee) described himself as "day-to-day" going forward, but he is fully expected to play in Wednesday's Game 1.
Dwyane Wade went through a "training-camp-type practice" on Sunday and is good to go for Game 1 on Wednesday.
Dwyane Wade said Friday that extra rest won't help his bone bruises heal.
Dwyane Wade returned in the fourth quarter after having his right knee worked on in the locker room and played very well, finishing with 18 points, five rebounds, six assists, two steals and a block on 7-of-13 shooting to lead the Heat over the Bulls for a 94-91 win to close out their series and earn a trip to the Eastern Conference Finals.
Dwyane Wade, who was very iffy for Wednesday's Game 5 against the Bulls due to his lingering knee injury, left late in the third quarter and went to the locker room to have it looked at.
Updating a previous post, Dwyane Wade (knee) said he will play in Wednesday's Game 5.
Dwyane Wade (knee) went through shootaround on Wednesday, but he'll be reevaluated before tipoff and is a game-time decision.
Dwyane Wade (knee) will receive another round of treatment on Tuesday, and he'll be reevaluated before Wednesday's Game 5.
Dwyane Wade's knee is structurally sound after multiple MRI exams, but he's dealing with three bone bruises in the knee and is listed as day-to-day
Dwyane Wade said that resting on Wednesday for Game 5 won't help his ailing knee.
Dwyane Wade suffered a right knee injury in the second quarter of Monday's game and returned three minutes later, finishing with six points, three boards, four assists, one steal and one block on 3-of-10 shooting.
Dwyane Wade left Monday's game with an apparent right knee injury and returned after missing three minutes of action.