Brett Davis-US PRESSWIRE
Star guard injured his left foot during Monday's thrilling victory against the Houston Rockets.
Wade injured himself when he landed awkwardly on fellow teammate Chris Bosh's foot in the third quarter of their 113-110 victory over the Houston Rockets. Wade hopped around while grimacing and immediately sat down on the bench after coach Erik Spoelstra called a timeout. Wade eventually returned to the game but was overshadowed by the late-game heroics from LeBron James for the hard-fought win.
"Hopefully there's nothing wrong and I'll just see if I'm able to put the pressure on I need to to play," Wade told reporters today. "Personally I think it's a deep bruise. I have to make sure it's nothing more than that because it's on the bone.
"I want to play, it's a prime-time game," Wade said, "but I want to feel good."