Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade planned to receive “a couple of
hours” of treatment on his injured right knee on Friday. Coach Erik Spoelstra
told reporters – including The Associated Press – that he wants to see how the
All-Star responds to treatment before determining his status for Game 4 against
the Milwaukee Bucks.
"Structurally, his knee is as good as it's been in years. That's why we're treating it day to day," Spoelstra said. "This was a bone bruise. What it needs is time and it gets better. But what it also needs is no collisions."