by Brett Edwards
Dwyane Wade dislocated his shoulder in last night's loss to the Rockets. Pat Riley returned to jinx the Heat superstar, and you have to wonder if Riles will stick around now that Wade will be out for a while. After all, he couldn't handle coaching a crap team while Shaq was out, what makes us think he won't need to, uh, "replace his other hip" or something so he can sit out until the playoffs?
But that's not what I'm interested in right now. What I want to know is, since when does a shoulder injury require a wheelchair?! Wade is famous for exaggerating an injury on one end of the floor and then exploding for a dunk on the very next play. Being wheeled off the court after an arm injury just seems a little extreme to me. I recently dislocated my freaking knee, and limped my ass to the car and drove 20 miles home. All I'm saying is, the wheelchair is laying it on a bit thick.