HoopsHype Dwyane Wade rumors

February 13, 2014 Updates

Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade is uncertain whether he will play in the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday due to a "bizarre" foot injury. Wade was a late scratch from the Heat's 111-110 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night because of a sore left foot. The 10-time All-Star said he had numbness in his left leg in warm-ups before the game after "the nerve kind of shut down" and kept him from having feeling in his left foot. Wade said his injury was "drop foot," also known as foot drop, which causes an inability to lift the front part of the foot. "It's one of the most bizarre things…," Wade said. "Hopefully, the numbness wears off more and more as it started to do throughout the game and throughout the rest of the night. By [Thursday] hopefully it subsides and we will go from there." Yahoo! Sports

February 12, 2014 Updates

Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade proposed to Gabrielle Union in December, and the actress recently talked about her relationship and the upcoming wedding on The Arsenio Hall Show. Union revealed that the couple will sign a prenuptial agreement, at Union’s “insistence.” For The Win

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Dwyane Wade and his ailing knees aren’t having the best week, but at least the Miami Heat have one less thing to worry about off the court. Wade, who was relegated to bench duty this week after experiencing knee pain, has sold his townhome in Chicago. A native of The Windy City, Wade paid $1.425 million for the brick-lined townhouse in the summer of 2010. At the time, the purchase raised eyebrows given the guard’s free-agent status and the Chicago Bulls’ plethora of cap space. However, Wade ultimately chose to re-sign with Miami, where he joined with Chris Bosh and LeBron James to form the Heat’s “Big 3.” Wade’s residence, built in 2000, is located near Kinzie Park in the River West District, an area along the Chicago River and near the East Bank Club. Its 3,900-square-foot floor plan contains a host of amenities, including a state-of-the-art kitchen with wine cooler, a wet bar and a rooftop terrace with views of the river. Realtor

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The Heat could have to relinquish the East's top playoff seed to Indiana if they continue to rest Wade. Miami has no reason to be stressed about losing the second seed; the third-place Atlanta Hawks are eight games behind. The Heat's focus is figuring out what a healthy Wade can give in the playoffs. "I'm not having to force things," Wade said. "I live under my own umbrella. I do things that make me happy and what's best for my team. I don't worry about forcing things right now. I got a bigger picture in mind and that's all I'm focused on right now." Yahoo! Sports

January 26, 2014 Updates

For the first time in more than six years – a streak of 483 consecutive games that dated to Jan. 6, 2008 – Wade came off the bench for the Heat. He had missed the previous four games to rest his knees. As Miami chases a third straight NBA championship, Wade's health is the biggest question hanging over the team. "The reality of it is you got to wait and see," Wade said after scoring eight points in 23 minutes during a 113-101 victory over the Spurs. "I'm not going to make a bigger deal of it than it is and I'm going to act like it's nothing. …People could think what they want. I'm continuing to work to make sure I'm at my best when I can be." Yahoo! Sports

January 25, 2014 Updates

With the current condition of Dwyane Wade’s right knee, there is no such thing as a setback. The unexpected flare ups of pain are a reality he must accept. Wade has been out the past four games and missed four of the last six. He will be a game-day decision for Sunday’s home game against the Spurs (1 p.m., ABC). “At this point, ain’t no setbacks,” he said. “It ain’t called a setback. It’s called what I’m dealing with.” Palm Beach Post

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