Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade did not feel good enough after pregame warmups and will not test his sore right knee in Sunday's Game 4 against the Milwaukee Bucks.

Wade is listed as active, but is not expected to play. Mike Miller will start in Wade's place.

Wade sat out most of most of Saturday's practice at Marquette University, where he played in college, and did not speak to reporters afterward. He issued a statement through a team spokesman.

"I'm day-to-day, getting treatment around the clock. There's nothing more to add," Wade said in a statement.

Wade jogged onto the court around 2:20 ET, warmed up and returned the locker room to discuss his status with Heat coach Erik Spoelstra and the team doctor and trainer.

"We'll all make a decision together," Spoelstra said before it was announced Wade is starting.

Up 3-0, the Heat can afford to rest Wade in Game 4 and not risk further aggravating his knee. The Heat and Wade do not want this to turn into a lingering issue in the ensuing rounds.

The Heat can eliminate the Bucks today and provide Wade with a couple extra days of rest, especially if the Brooklyn Nets-Chicago Bulls series extends beyond five games.