The Miami Heat have increasing concerns about the long-term health of Dwyane Wade.

Wade is 30 years old, but his body has a lot of wear due to the physical nature of his game.

Wade is noticeably heavier this preseason than the last, so dropping weight, strengthening his legs and core and allowing his knee to heal fully from surgery are the first priorities.

“I’m just strictly looking at him big picture,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. “I don’t have a specific plan for him in training camp of how many days. We’re going to read and react to it.”

Wade played 49 of 66 regular season games during the 11-12 NBA season.