Dwyane Wade has lost a step, and at times has looked downright slow as he has battled on-going knee issues, and time has begun to catch up with his explosive game. During the Heat’s recent title run, critics were hard on Wade whenever he had a poor showing on the floor.
It should not be forgotten that Wade and the Heat have won the past two NBA titles, and while he is still working on his knee problems, the player formerly known as Flash, says it’s the criticism that bothers him most.
Speaking to the Sun Sentinel, Wade has a message for all his detractors, “I’m not done yet.”
Treated a month ago with shockwave therapy to alleviate knee discomfort, Miami Heatguard Dwyane Wade in a private moment Friday with the Sun Sentinel spoke of what continues to pain him: Perception. [...]
"I'm not done yet," Wade said. "I still got more in the tank. Like I said, my focus is just to make sure physically I can do the things I need to do. My skills haven't diminished by no stretch of the imagination."