The Heat’s stretch of remarkably good health ended momentarily Sunday when Dwyane Wade missed the game against Charlotte with a bruised right knee.

Coach Erik Spoelstra said Wade would be re-evaluated Monday before deciding whether he would play later in the day against the Magic in Orlando.

“He got hit in the knee a couple games back, and it is just sore and bruised,” Spoelstra said. “We are going to be proactive and hopefully he will get some treatment and feel better [Monday]. We will see how things go.”

Spoelstra said Wade re-aggravated the injury on Monday against Boston “when he collided knees with somebody out there. It was just sore and he has been playing through it. It just hasn’t been getting better, but we think rest and treatment will fast track that.”

Before Sunday, Wade had missed four games this season, none since serving a one-game NBA suspension Dec. 28. He missed the sixth game of the season with a cold and two other mid-November games with a sprained left foot.

Heat starters have missed only four games during this winning streak. Chris Bosh missed the third and fourth games of the streak with the flu, and Udonis Haslem skipped the seventh with a right knee contusion.