Miami Heat veteran guard Goran Dragic has had to watch a lot of games from the bench or on TV this season. Dragic was forced to watch the Heat’s recently completed seven-game West Coast trip entirely on television, as he remained in Miami to recover from a sprained left ankle. He has missed nine straight games because of the ankle injury he sustained during a Feb. 5 home win over the Washington Wizards.
All you need to know ahead of Wednesday's Raptors-Heat game.
The Miami Heat, who play host to the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night, may have found their groove after a slow start to their season. Miami, which made it to the NBA Finals last year after bonding in the playoff bubble, has won three straight games, all on the road. "It felt like the bubble again where we got a chance to be cohesive," Heat center Bam Adebayo said of Miami's win streak.