The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports good news from Heat practice Sunday for Miami fans:
Dwyane Wade went through all of what Erik Spoelstra called a training-camp-type practice. Wade said basically no change, but he's good to go— Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) May 19, 2013
Going through the intense practice isn't going to make much of a difference. It's not that Wade can or cannot play, it's to what level he can be effective. Facing a physical, bruising defense in Indiana in the Eastern Conference Finals, Wade's going to be even more banged up. Luckily, he still has another two days to see if he can get even a little bit better. But for the most part, this is kind of standard operating procedure for Wade.
He's not injured to the point of being out, but he's not healthy, either. He is the very definition of "banged up."