MIAMI (AP) - Dwyane Wade will not play Tuesday night when the Miami Heat host to the Milwaukee Bucks, the fifth straight game the All-Star guard will miss while dealing with ankle and knee soreness.
Wade was able to participate in the team's morning shootaround practice Tuesday. He remains listed as day-to-day and will be evaluated again Wednesday.
Heat center Chris Bosh missed the morning practice because he wasn't feeling well. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra says no determination has been made about Bosh's availability for the game against the Bucks.
Miami enters Tuesday with a magic number of two to wrap up the top overall seed in the NBA Finals, with six games remaining.
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