"We'll see how he feels today and see how he feels tomorrow," Spoelstra said.
Wade had just four points Thursday night, and his 1-of-12 shooting was his worst ever in a postseason game. Yet he still made an impact, contributing 11 assists, nine rebounds, five steals and two blocks for the Heat.
And if he wouldn't play Sunday, the Bucks have no doubt someone else from the Heat's star-studded roster would step up. With Wade struggling offensively Thursday, Ray Allen scored 23, going 5-of-8 from 3-point range.
"They have some guys, like Ray, who can fill his place," Larry Sanders said. "It's going to be a battle regardless."