Dwyane Wade scored 18 points in Miami's Game 3 loss, but was never a real factor.

“They were very aggressive trying to get the ball out of his hands, and the ball was moving at times,’’ Erik Spoelstra said. “We still need to find ways to get it back to him at the second or third ball movement.’’

Spoelstra denied that there is anything wrong with Wade, who didn't have a free throw attempt in the game.

“I played my game,’’ Wade said. “I attacked when I needed to. I guess it just wasn’t for me to get to the line tonight.’’