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Latest on Heat injuries: Wade and Johnson in, McRoberts and Winslow out

Miami faces Memphis on Tuesday night on the second night of a back-to-back. 

Here's the latest injury updates:

-- Dwyane Wade woke up with a sore left hip, as expected, after a hard spill to the floor in the loss to Brooklyn. He's playing, meaning he still hasn't missed a game due to his own injury this season. (He missed one when his son was in the hospital.) But he's hoping it doesn't get hit again, and joked that it probably will.

-- Tyler Johnson, who played against Brooklyn, after missing seven recent games due to a sore shoulder, was warming up and appears as if he'll play.

-- Josh McRoberts is out again with a bone bruise in his knee. He has not addressed the media during his absence, which is going on three weeks.

-- Justise Winslow was optimistic he could play against the Grizzlies, after missing the game against the Nets due to a sore ankle. But he'll be held out, meaning Beno Udrih and Johnson will play with Gerald Green on the second unit. 

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