Heat's Wade plans on returning this s...

Heat's Wade plans on returning this season

There are 60 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Mar 5, 2007, titled Heat's Wade plans on returning this season. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Heat guard Dwyane Wade announced Monday morning he will attempt to return this season.

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Mr Sports

Hollywood, FL

#1 Mar 5, 2007
Wade is no winmp!
ron realto

Astoria, NY

#2 Mar 5, 2007
wades going to come back to lead the heat to back to back glory, baby!
Miami Guy

Hialeah, FL

#4 Mar 5, 2007
I think it's the right move - if he can't hurt it anymore, then might as well give it a shot. Worst case scenario, he dislocates it again, and then the team is where they are now - without him.

Also, I think this give the team a psychological boost knowing that they have to stay in contention b/c their go to guy is coming back. I think it will give the team something to look forward to.

Warren, NJ

#5 Mar 5, 2007
Wade is a Warrior!!!


#7 Mar 5, 2007
As a heat fan I appreciate the fact that Wade is going attempt a comeback.I wish him all the best.Go heat!!!!

Spartanburg, SC

#8 Mar 5, 2007
Good move for Wade and the Heat. He should get the surgery after the season. He will come back and lead us to the finals as long as Shaq stays healthy. As far as beating Dallas again, i don't know about that.

Cypress, TX

#9 Mar 5, 2007
In his rookie year, Wade looked up to Jones'professionalism. Jones always showed the team comes first....Now with this decision one can clearly see the effects of Jones' influence as well as Wades' desire to return for a shot at the title. Im sure If Shaqs' window of opportunity was not narrow, this might have been a different case.

Neverthelss, this is good news...just wondering how many games he would be able to get under his belt...

Bloomfield, KY

#10 Mar 5, 2007
Wade, you should choose the surgery and get this nagging injury out of the way. And every Heat fan knows that injuries come back to haunt Dwyane. What happens if the Heat makes it into the playoffs but getting booted early or even worse he re-injury his shoudler and you know players will purposely bump and hit his shoulder, hell I would, especially in the playoffs, where its no-hold bars.

Bloomfield, KY

#11 Mar 5, 2007
Mr Sports wrote:
Wimp !
How the hell is Wade a wimp?
He is choosing rehab over season-ending surgery!
You the wimp and do u even watch Heat games?

Potomac, MD

#12 Mar 5, 2007

Durham, NC

#13 Mar 5, 2007
neva come back

Durham, NC

#14 Mar 5, 2007
go mavs
Nick Saban

Spartanburg, SC

#15 Mar 5, 2007
Hamza wrote:
Wade, you should choose the surgery and get this nagging injury out of the way.
Get outta here ya Kentucky freak. Come to Alabama.
Joe Lunch Bucket


#16 Mar 5, 2007
Wade is a young guy with years ahead of him. Get the surgery now, take care of yourself and come back next year. At times this type of injury cannot be fixed when it is reinjured a third time. It is not worth the risk on a professional or on a personal level. We know you are the best! Plan and act to play for the Heat for years to come.

Houston, TX

#17 Mar 5, 2007

United States

#19 Mar 5, 2007
What is the reason the NBA dosen't allow players to wear shoulder protection that might go beyond the sleeves of the uniform?
This might be something for them to revisit for the future, on the surface it makes no sense.

United States

#20 Mar 5, 2007
Mr Sports wrote:
Wimp !
you are a dallas fan, scared to see the best player in the NBA come playoff?
Communism is my Life

United States

#21 Mar 5, 2007
Wade is a fool to proceed as he states,because he will not be at anywhere near 100% when he returns, which combined with the diminished performances of the 1-year older supporting cast (Think Payton, Mourning, Shaq, Walker) means there is no legitimate reason to think they can literally repeat as NBA Champs (imagine what Dallas will do to Wade in the Finals, for example). All he is doing is assuring that not only will the Heat have no chance this year, but next year, too, when he is out unti January 1, 2008, and the grandpa-squad is another year older (Riley will not trust Wayne Simeon & Dorrel Wright, as he in fact should, to carry the load next year). Why throw away 2 seasons out of foolish pride; Wade is kidding himself if he thinks he's like Jordan, just showing up is enough. Riley should show some leadership and tell Wade it's over, then de-activate him, so D-Wade has no choice but do the right thing.

Fresno, CA

#22 Mar 5, 2007
I had the surgery. If DW decided not to go that route boy is he for a lot of work. The range of motion exercises are a killer. Thank God he is twenty years younger than I am.
Good luck.

Boca Raton, FL

#23 Mar 5, 2007
Take the surgery and sit it out Wade, we need you most later in the long run

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