Wade eyes strategy change in Game 4
BOSTON -- The Boston Celtics want the ball out of Dwyane Wade’s hands. Perhaps the Miami Heat will give them what they want.
Wade gave a little hint about the Heat’s plan for Sunday's Game 4, saying he might have the ball less and be more active moving without it more.
The Celtics have been aggressively double-teaming Wade over the last two games and the result has been a more-passive-than-usual Wade. He didn’t get even to the foul line in Game 3, something that hadn’t happened in a playoff game since 2004.
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