Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade is likely to miss Wednesday’s game against Golden State after leaving Tuesday’s win over the Lakers with a strained hamstring.
Wade said he felt his left hamstring tighten up early in the second quarter and initially attempted to play through the discomfort before he left with 5:43 remaining in the first half. It is the second time this season Wade has strained his left hamstring, with the previous injury sidelining him seven games in November.
“I knew instantly,” Wade said of the injury after the game. “If you could see my expression, I was pissed. I could have played the [rest of the] game. But I decided to be smart about it, catch it early and not make it any worse. As my doctors told me afterwards, since we caught it early, we’ll take it day by day.”
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