By Jason Jones
LOS ANGELES - With an earlier deadline than usual, the quotes from Dwyane Wade didn't make the print edition of the newspaper.
Wade left the All-Star Game in the third quarter with an injured right ankle.
Wade's right injury could play a part in Tuesday's game at Miami for the Kings, who will find out today if Tyreke Evans will miss anymore time with plantar fasciitis in his left foot.
Not that no Wade would make the game one the Kings would be expected to win. There's still some guy named LeBron James who plays for Miami.
Well thanks to the ability to post news at all hours of the night/morning, here's what Wade said after the game about his ankle.
On the injury:
"I'll be fine. It was the All-Star Game. I didn't want to do too much. We have a tough schedule coming up. I just twisted it in the Boston game two days ago, so we want to be cautious."
On whether he's gotten treatment on the ankle during the week:
"No I haven't so I just rolled it a little bit, but I've got pretty strong ankles. So I'm not worried too much, and I'll do everything I can to be ready to go Tuesday."
It that's the care the Kings won't catch a break on South Beach this week.
As for Evans, he's scheduled to see a foot specialist today with news on how to treat the injury expected.