At this point in his career, Dwyane Wade can no longer play 82 games per season and expect to be healthy for a deep postseason run.
Wade has yet to play a full 82-game season, and hasn't played more than 70 games in a season since 2010-11. Basically, he's a safe bet to miss at least 15 games this season.
So, who will start in his place? Last season, the answer was often Mario Chalmers, to mixed results. This season, the Heat have more depth on the perimeter, and can go a few different routes.
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Over at Hot Hot Hoops, they explored this issue, and determined there are five candidates -- Chalmers, Gerald Green, Justise Winslow, Tyler Johnson and Josh Richardson.
Here is an excerpt on the two leading candidates, Chalmers and Green: