Heat coach waiting to determine Wade's status vs. Pacers

Dwyane Wade shoots baskets at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Tuesday afternoon.
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Miami coach Erik Spoelstra will wait to decide whether to play guard Dwyane Wade against the Pacers on Tuesday night.
Spoelstra spoke after the team's shootaround at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. He says he expects everyone to be ready for the showdown between the two-time defending NBA champs and the team with the NBA's best record this season (18-3).
He'll wait until about 45 minutes before tip-off to "put everything in ink." Wade was on the floor shooting at Bankers Life Fieldhouse around 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Wade has missed six games with the Heat (16-5) this season in an effort to protect his knees.
Pacers coach Frank Vogel wouldn't say when forward Danny Granger would return. Granger has been sidelined this season with a strained calf.

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