Wade (personal) will not play Monday against Philadelphia. As expected, Wade will remain away from the team for a fourth straight game following the birth of his child last week. Wade implied that he'll likely remain out through the end of the week, so he's in line to sit out at least two more contests before a potential return Sunday against the Lakers.
Wade (personal) may be away from the team for at least another week, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports. Wade told reporters that he wants to stay home with his newborn child for another week, meaning he'd likely be unavailable at least until Nov. 18 against the Lakers. More news on the status of his return should come to light in the near future. The Heat will continue to be thin in the frontcourt until Wade rejoins the squad.
Wade (personal) will remain sidelined for Saturday's matchup with the Wizards, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports. Wade's absence will mark his third straight game. Even if Goran Dragic (knee) does play, he is questionable, the Heat figure to be again thin in the backcourt. Tyler Johnson and Wayne Ellington should again see a relatively heavy workload. Wade's next chance to return will be Monday against the 76ers.
Wade (personal) is listed as out for Friday's game against the Pacers, Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel reports. Wade missed Wednesday's matchup with the Spurs following the birth of his child, and he's expected to remain away from the team Friday, as well. Consider the veteran questionable to make his return for Saturday's home matchup with the Wizards.
Wade is out for Wednesday's matchup against the Spurs due to personal reasons, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports. With Wade attending to a personal matter, coach Erik Spoelstra will need to find a way to replace his 25.7 minutes per game off the bench. Extra possessions could fall into the hands of Tyler Johnson and Wayne Ellington, who would both make for discount plays in DFS.
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