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Dwyane Wade Out With Sore Left Foot, Questionable for Saturday
- Updated: November 16, 2012
All-Star shooting guard Dwyane Wade sprained his left ankle in Houston on Monday night after landing on teammate Chris Bosh’s foot. Wade sucked it up and went on to play Wednesday night versus the Clippers in trying to aid his team to victory. Bad move.
Not only did the Heat go on to lose 107-100 that night, but Wade also reaggravated his injury, adding to the plethora of ailments that he has been suffering as of late. On top of his injured left foot, Wade has been playing with a surgically repaired knee, which he has to drain every so often. Did I mention the jammed thumb he’s been playing with?
It’s clear that Wade isn’t 100%, but the injuries don’t seem to bother Wade at all. “You weather it. It will be all right,” said Wade.
D-Wade is a game time decision for Saturday’s match-up against the Phoenix Suns and with all the injuries that have plagued Wade throughout his career, a DNP against the suns would be justifiable.
LeBron seems to think Wade will use his best judgement, “He’s going to try to get healthy. I know it’s affecting his play on the floor and I know he wants to play at the highest level. As his knee is getting better, he’s banging other things. He will be smart about it. He’ll be back.”