MIAMI — Not that there was much mystery, but Miami coach Erik Spoelstra  indicated that Dwyane Wade  is good to go for Game 4. Wade suffered painful crams in his left leg at the end of Game 3 and was not on the floor for Paul Pierce’s buzzer beater.
“He’s going to go,” Spoelstra said. “I don’t know if he’s 100 percent, but he feels much better. He’s been cleared. I know one thing. He was not going to miss a minute of this game.”
Spoelstra was asked if he would have to limit Wade’s minutes and he laughed.
“We’ll try to be smart with it, but you try to pace him,” he said. “I’m sure if I try to take him out of the game he’ll be spitting expletives at me.”
Spoelstra also addressed his team’s mindset heading into a possible elimination game. The Heat have played the Celtics  six times this season (counting the regular season) and have lost all six. But there is hope in the fact that they have had the lead in five of those games in the fourth quarter.
“At some point there has to be a breakthrough,” Spoelstra said. “This is not about the other games. This is about today.”