CHICAGO (AP) - Dwyane Wade says he thinks he will be back in the lineup when the Miami Heat try for their 28th consecutive victory on Wednesday night against the Chicago Bulls.
Wade says he is feeling better after a sore right knee sidelined him for victories over Charlotte and Orlando. Coach Erik Spoelstra calls the All-Star guard a game-time decision, but notes he went through the morning shootaround.
Wade has appeared in 64 games this season and is second in scoring behind LeBron James, averaging 21.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game.

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