By Sean Sweeney
Let’s say for argument’s sake that Dwyane Wade had scored 22 points last night on 19 shots, had one or two of his customary highlight plays and no back-n-forth with Erik Spoelstra on the bench. Even if Miami had still lost big, would we even be talking about this? This, understandably, is what’s wrong with D-Wade? Is he hurt? Is he tired? Is he – and this is the thing at the back of everyone’s mind, the thing no one wants to admit – hitting the wall?