, Newburyport, MA


May 10, 2013

Heat not bothered by physical play


“We still want to be aggressive, we still will try to put pressure on the ball regardless of who it is.”


Wade said his legs and wind are coming around after he took nine days off after Game 3 against the Bucks and the start of the Bulls’ series to rest his sore right knee.

“I felt better in the second quarter in the last game,” said Wade, who hit his last six shots Wednesday, albeit three on layups and two dunks for 15 points. “You just feel your legs get under you a little bit more, your wind gets a little bit better. It’s coming around, so hopefully Game 3, it’ll be better.”


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