Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "One might assume that Heat guard Dwyane Wade was happy to see the Knicks push the Pacers to a sixth game in their series, because it guaranteed an extra two days of rest for Wade before the start of the Eastern Conference finals, now set for Wednesday. But Wade said after Friday's practice at..." May 18
Miami Herald "Dwyane Wade would have been in Chicago for a Heat playoff game Friday night if he hadn’t helped eliminate the Bulls with a big fourth quarter two nights early. So how did Wade fill the opening on his schedule? By attending the senior prom of an Archbishop Coleman Carroll student who had..." May 18
Miami Herald "For a brief moment Wednesday night, the armor was lifted and, with the right eyes, you could see into Dwyane Wade’s soul — observe the working parts that motivate one of the toughest competitors in professional sports. “This is my life,” he said. “I am not supposed to be at this podium right..." May 17
Dwyane Wade went through shootaround. The team will evaluate him before tonight's Game 5 to determine if he will play.
ESPN.com "Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade will be a game-time decision for Game 5 against the Chicago Bulls after participating in Wednesday morning's shootaround. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra provided the update on Wade's status, saying that the All-Star guard's bruised right knee will be evaluated prior to..." May 15
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra wanted to deliver one message regarding the status of guard Dwyane Wade. Wade is helping the team, not hurting it. If so, the Heat would be struggling instead of cruising through the postseason. A day after Wade aggravated his sore right knee in Game 4 against..." May 15
Wade said he will play.
CBSSports.com "It’s been a long time since the Heat needed Dwyane Wade to win a playoff game for them, and a longer time since he’s looked capable of it. Neither was the case on Monday night in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinals -- not against a Bulls team that has run out of gas and hope, a team..." May 14
ESPN.com "There will never be a question about how much Dwyane Wade has given the Miami Heat in his career. He carried them to one title, bit his lip when several years of his prime were sacrificed on rebuilding, sold the team to LeBron James and Chris Bosh so they’d join him then relinquished his..." May 13
When it comes to Wade, he is playing and starting Monday. Everything else is semantics.
D-Wade went through another practice today. Feels even better. Even though Heat won’t say for sure would be a stunner if didn’t play Monday
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The situation is much different this time. Last year, Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade was playing with an injury. This year, he is playing with pain. Wade returned to the practice court Friday for the first time in nearly a week. It was his first workout since a pre-game warmup before sitting..." May 04
Wade practiced for Heat today.
ESPN.com "Dwyane Wade, who has been nursing a bruised knee, practiced Friday for the first time this week and plans to play in Game 1 of the Miami Heat's next playoff series. Wade said Friday that the Heat's extended break has allowed him to focus exclusively on getting rest and treatment for his right..." May 03
USA Today "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..." April 28
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Erik Spoelstra isn't a doctor, but the Miami Heat coach got to play one Friday. Asked about the best course of treatment for Dwyane Wade's balky right knee, Spoelstra said, "no collisions." But in the next breath Spoelstra said that doesn't mean there is necessarily a need to hold Wade out..." April 27
SportingNews.com "Now it's Dwyane Wade's turn to make a decision. The Miami Heat star is getting treatment "around the clock" for his aching right knee, and coach Erik Spoelstra said they'll wait until Sunday to decide whether he'll play in Game 4 against the Milwaukee Bucks. With a chance to close out the..." April 27
Wade is "day to day" in how team approaching his health. Spoelstra would not say if resting Wade for a game is option.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Wednesday's regular-season finale at AmericanAirlines Arena was not about final answers. Not with the Miami Heat hopeful of a two-month playoff run to follow. Instead, the 105-93 victory over the Orlando Magic, the Heat's 66th victory of the season, was about what comes next, starting with..." April 18
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Dwyane Wade looks at it as fine-tuning before the postseason begins. He could have easily sat the remainder of the regular season to heal the sore knee that has hampered him the past several weeks. Instead, he chose to return Friday against the Boston Celtics so he could get back into rhythm..." April 13
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "After leaving the heavy lifting to the supporting cast the previous game, the Miami Heat will have their star power back. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are expected to play Friday against the Boston Celtics at AmericanAirlines Arena. All missed Wednesday's game versus the Washington..." April 12
Chris Bosh, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade will all play in tonight's Heat game.
Dwyane Wade plans to play Friday against Boston, after missing six games with bone bruises around right kneecap.
No Big Three for Heat tonight. Resting LeBron.
Miami Herald "Fans will be fortunate to see the Big Two-Thirds, much less the Big 3 during the last six games this season. LeBron James said Tuesday morning he would be a scratch for some of the last six. Dwyane Wade will travel to Washington for Wednesday’s game, but is no lock to play. Center Chris Bosh..." April 10
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Miami Heat center Chris Bosh is a game-time decision for Tuesday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. Bosh missed the morning shootaround because he was experiencing flu-like symptoms. Coach Erik Spoelstra said "we'll see how he feels this afternoon." It would mark the second straight game..." April 09
Official now: Wade and Bosh out. Bosh may not travel to Washington either. Wade will.
Dwyane Wade (ankle) participated in this morning's shootaround but will not play in tonight's #HEATgame. He is listed as day-to-day.
ESPN.com "Dwyane Wade won't rule out missing the rest of the regular season to recover from a right knee injury, but the Miami Heat star said Sunday he hopes to return before the playoffs. Wade has missed six of the Heat's past eight games and is still dealing with soreness and swelling in the knee,..." April 08
Spoelstra listing Chalmers, Wade, LeBron, Allen as out, but says there is a chance Chalmers might play.
Ray Allen (ankle), Mario Chalmers (ankle), LeBron James (hamstring) and Dwyane Wade (ankle) will all miss tonight's game
ESPN.com "The Miami Heat are expected to be without LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Mario Chalmers and Ray Allen because of various nagging injuries for Friday's road game against the Charlotte Bobcats. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said all four players continued to receive treatment during Thursday's light..." April 04
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Miami Heat for the second straight game will play without three starters. Coach Erik Spoelstra said after the morning shootaround that LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers will not play Tuesday against the New York Knicks because of injuries. None of the injuries appear serious,..." April 02
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers OUT tonight for Heat.
USA Today "Miami's LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers aren't playing vs. the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday. Immediately, speculation was rampant that Heat coach Erik Spoelstra was retaliating for the game in November when Spurs coach Gregg Popovich sent Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili..." March 31
Dwyane Wade (sore right knee) participated in shootaround and intends to play in tonight's game.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Back then, Dwyane Wade had it all planned it out. Like others before him, he was set play to high school basketball here in the inner-city. Then maybe, just maybe, he would have avoided having to play catch-up all these years to those who came before him. Some were just as talented, others..." March 27
ESPN.com "Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade participated in the team's morning shootaround and said he plans to return from a knee injury and play Wednesday against the Chicago Bulls. Wade missed the past two games with a bruised right knee and spent Tuesday and Wednesday morning in Chicago receiving..." March 27
Ran into Wade on way into Heat shootaround. I think he'll play, but sounds like status will be game-time decision.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Miami Heat Dwyane Wade will not play Monday against the Orlando Magic, marking the second straight game he has missed. The Heat will once against start Mike Miller in place of Wade, who has been bothered with a sore right knee. "It's just a bruise," said Wade, who said a recent MRI..." March 25
Miami Herald "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..." March 25
Dwyane Wade (sore right knee) will not play in tonight's Heat game. He is listed as day-to-day.
ESPN.com "Miami Heat All-Star guard Dwyane Wade will not play in Sunday night's game against the Charlotte Bobcats due to a sore right knee, the team announced. Wade is listed as day to day. Mike Miller will start in his place." March 24
NESN "The Miami Heat won’t be the only team riding into Monday night’s game against the Celtics on a streak. The C’s will suit up at TD Garden looking to extend their 11 home-game win streak to 12 games — a streak that started Jan. 27 against the Heat, coincidentally. The Heat charge ahead, looking to..." March 18
Miami Herald "A team that just a couple of months ago was accused by pundits of being bored with the regular season now has achieved what only one other defending NBA champion has: winning 19 games in a row. And the Heat reached that plateau Tuesday without angst, drama or fourth-quarter..." March 13
Miami Herald "There was more bad news for the rest of the NBA on Monday. Dwyane Wade was named the league’s Eastern Conference Player of the Week. The Heat has won 18 consecutive games, owns the best winning percentage (.770) in the NBA and is in near-perfect health. And now this: the best basketball player..." March 12
Miami Herald "Dwyane Wade’s wardrobe change at halftime wasn’t about fashion — believe it or not. Wade is one of the most fashion-centric players in the NBA and, yes, he’s trying to sell his new shoes at all times, but Wade said he changed his footwear for the second half of the Heat’s 105-91 victory over..." March 11
New York Post "There was that endearing game that opened the season for the Knicks in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The Heat lost by 20 in the Garden. Move ahead a little more than a month and in a re-match with the Carmelo Anthony-less Knicks, the Heat dropped another 20-point heartbreaker — in Miami no..." March 04
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Dwyane Wade was being patient all along. Before the season began, he said he would be fully healed from offseason knee surgery somewhere around the NBA All-Star Break. And here we are a week removed from the break, and Wade is proving his prediction was true. After a slow start, he is..." February 26
Palm Beach Post "All it took were two looks. One was between LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. Another was between Chris Bosh and James. Two seasons ago, such unspoken connections were uncommon. Down the stretch, poise was elusive. And, after getting whiplashed the way the Heat did Sunday, they were more likely to..." February 25