It's no secret that Dwyane Wade struggled to deal with injuries all year long this past season. Yet, the Miami Heat were still able to win it all, thanks in large part to LeBron James's dominance and a solid showing from multiple role players.
Although Wade definitely did his part during the title run, it was clear that he was far from 100 percent not only in the NBA Finals, but also throughout the entire playoffs.
As Wade ages and becomes somewhat of a veteran in the league, it's more important than ever that he stays healthy and keeps himself on the court.
He may not be the best player on the team anymore, but the Heat are at their best when he's out on the floor making plays alongside his his fellow superstar friends.
Here's how he can ensure that happens this year.