NBA News: Dwyane Wade's Foot Injury No Longer a Problem
Let's be real about the Heat, for as much hate as they came upon last year, there is no doubting their talent.
If it weren't for LeBron's "decision" on national television, the Heat wouldn't have come under as much heat as they did last season.
For all intents and purposes, they were a great success.
They got to and competed in the NBA finals, despite chemistry issues, all the distractions and media attention, and a fundamentally flawed roster.
It helped that the core of the big three stayed relatively healthy throughout the season as well.
Unfortunately, that has already become a problem this season.
Needless to say, this team simply cannot function at a championship level without their two stars healthy, so this is an obvious need for concern.
The good news is that James appears to be healthy again, and according to fantasy sports site rotoworld.com, Wade is getting over his foot injury:
He's playing on a bad foot but the Heat said on Wednesday that the problem appears to be behind him. The fact he played in back-to-back games seems to support that theory and he should be in all lineups going forward.
Like the report states, playing back-to-back games is a huge sign that things are indeed better for Wade, especially considering that he notched a combined 79 minutes and 51 points between the two.
One can't help but remain skeptical for the time being though, especially since the report does state that Wade is indeed still playing on a bad foot.
Will Heat With The NBA Title This Season?
For now, all indications are that Wade is fine and he's moving on from the injury, and that's something that has to be a relief for Heat fans.
Even a shortened NBA season can feel long, especially considering that the schedule is intensely condensed, so health and fatigue is going to be a problem all teams will monitor.
Like I said though, this is a team that is built to run through the big three, and if they aren't chugging on all cylinders, they just aren't championship material.
Health is going to be key for the Miami Heat if they want to win a championship this season.
For now, things are starting to look up.
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