Once healed, Wade now dominating
MIAMI -- On the heels of a three-game losing streak and in the midst of a struggle to find some identity, the Miami Heat made a decision last month that seems to have made an impact on their season.
With Dwyane Wade limping through a foot and ankle injuries, the team decided to shut him down for two weeks. He'd been struggling, going through a stretch of eight games where he barely shot more than 40 percent. It took a meeting among Wade, the team's trainers, coaches and even president Pat ...
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