Dwayne Wade questionable for Heat-Warriors game
By Janiel Abby Toralba
After a scary fall on Saturday against the Sacramento Kings, Miami Heat superstar Dwayne Wade is listed as questionable for playing against the Golden State Warriors on Monday (Manila time).
Wade had his head slammed like a whiplash on the floor and was forced to exit the court for some time. Fans sighed in relief after seeing him come back to finish the match. Wade even quipped an update on social media about the almost career-threatening incident, saying that he’ll be okay despite being stiff and sore for a few days.
The Heat lost to the Kings 96-102 that day and Wade only scored 15 points in 25 minutes.
This will be the last time Wade can play in the Oracle Arena and in front of the Dub Nation as he is about to retire this season. Fans are hoping to see the 14-time All-Star play hoops against the defending champs for one last time before he leaves the league.
Wade only averaged 14.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 4.3 assists in the 43 games he has played for the Heat.
Having a 25-28 win-loss record, the Heat is currently in the 8th spot of the Eastern Conference.