INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Dwyane Wade says the Miami Heat have moved on from Game 3 when he had his public spat with coach Erik Spoelstra.
Following the team's practice Saturday, Wade chalked up his heated sideline exchange in the third quarter of a 94-75 blowout loss to the Indiana Pacers with Spoelstra as "emotional and in the heat of the battle." Wade said it wasn't his first exchange with Spoelstra "and it won't be the last."
Wade said the Heat "are a family, a team" and have moved past any turmoil as they get ready for Game 4 on Sunday.
The Heat didn't practice Friday. Wade, who scored just five points in Game 3, took advantage of the time away from the floor to visit Indiana coach Tom Crean, his college coach at Marquette.