Wade leaning toward return

Wade leaning toward return

There are 8 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Feb 27, 2007, titled Wade leaning toward return. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Heat guard Dwyane Wade gave a strong indication Tuesday that he plans to return from his dislocated left shoulder before the end of the season.

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hamza

Miami, FL

#2 Feb 27, 2007
ilike wade to come back but what if he discolates it again
sailor

South Haven, MI

#3 Feb 27, 2007
From someone who had a complete shoulder reconstruction: Dislocation, labrum, and rotator cuff full tear, get the surgery, rehab, and come back next season.

Since: Dec 06

Chicago suburb

#4 Feb 27, 2007
I love ya Dwyane and I admire your competiveness, but why risk possibly more injury. I say get the surgery now and come back next year in perfect condition. I'd say this season is done anyway....
staged

Miami, FL

#5 Feb 27, 2007
Hes a great ball player, no doubt.
Each year - the same old thing.

Last year he got hurt, remember, and he came back and whoooed the fans.

He runs off the court holding his hand, scaring everyone! Then - we hear nothing after he returnes.

Concern is running about, people are talking about it, Media has something to write about; and everyone is falling for it.

Quit the politics and Play hoop.
shek

New Orleans, LA

#6 Feb 27, 2007
sailor wrote:
From someone who had a complete shoulder reconstruction: Dislocation, labrum, and rotator cuff full tear, get the surgery, rehab, and come back next season.
id agree but u have to consider hes going to get the best doctors....i think he knows what hes doing
Triple Deuce

Portland, OR

#7 Feb 27, 2007
Frankly, as a Heat fan I hope Wade returns.

Frankly, if I gave Wade advice, I'd say next season.

Logically speaking, the facts (record) show that the Heat is not a very good team.

How bad are they without Wade? Very bad. Even with arguably the best player in the league, they could only barely get to .500.

Anyway, I wish Wade the best.
mike

Jacksonville, FL

#8 Feb 27, 2007
If Wade can rehab it and it have it feel like normal again then come back. But if the rehab doesn't go how we all hope, then have the surgery.
TIFFY

Saint Paul, MN

#9 Feb 27, 2007
IT IS HIS DECISION TO MAKE. WHATEVER HE ULTIMATELY DECIDES I AM FINE WITH. IF HE WERE TO RE-INJURE IT (GOD FORBID) IT'S NOT LIKE HIS CAREER WOULD BE OVER, BUT HIS SEASON WOULD. I AM BEHIND D-WADE 100% WHATEVER HE DECIDES.

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