Wade says he will ‘be fine’ for Game Seven
MIAMI (AP) — Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade said he woke up with swelling and stiffness in his left knee one day after getting hit in Game 6 of the NBA Finals against San Antonio.
Wade missed the start of the second half of Miami’s Game 6 victory while getting treatment, then returned. He has no doubt that he will play in Game 7 on Thursday night, when the Heat and Spurs will decide this season’s NBA champion.
Wade has been bothered by right knee soreness for about three months. In Game 6, a collision hurt his surgically repaired left knee, the one that kept him out of last summer’s London Olympics.
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