Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade reportedly is dealing with leg and knee injuries that have caused him to miss games late during the regular season. Wade, who scored five points in Game 3 of the Heat's Eastern Conference semifinal series Thursday with the Indiana Pacers, had undergone treatment for the injuries in the last few days, according to ESPN.com. Wade, who played 37 minutes in Game 3 and missed 11 of 13 shots, did not deny the ailments when asked about them Thursday. "At this point of the season, no one is 100 percent," Wade said. Wade missed a 17 games this season with ankle, foot and knee injuries. He suffered a dislocated left index finger this season. Wade also made headlines Thursday with a heated exchange with coach Erik Spoelstra during a third-quarter timeout. The Heat already are without center Chris Bosh, who is sidelined at least through this series with a lower abdominal strain suffered in Game 1.
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