Heat seeking answers: team could trade to help fill void when Wade sits
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Miami Heat are reaching for solutions amid increasing uncertainty that has Dwyane Wade as a sometimes proposition in the lineup. In Thursday night's 107-87 road loss to the Chicago Bulls, that meant giving Ray Allen his first start, regular season or playoffs, since he was acquired as a free agent in the 2012 offseason. "Just," coach Erik Spoelstra said, "to give ourselves a different look." It didn't work, as the Heat lost for the second time in as many games without Wade. So now it's back to the drawing board when it comes to those Plan B nights without Wade, who sat out Tuesday's home loss to the Detroit Pistons due to lingering knee issues and Thursday's loss ...