CHICAGO — Bulls guard Dwyane Wade left Wednesday night’s 101-99 win over the Brooklyn Nets in the fourth quarter because of a migraine. He did not return.
It marked the second known time in less than a week that Wade dealt with a migraine. He missed shootaround on Friday in advance of a game against the Charlotte Hornets because of a similar issue before he played that night.
“It’s OK,” Wade said after the game. “I had a headache before the game. I took a fall in the second half. I didn’t hit my head, but I guess the way my body jerked and reacted, it kind of triggered my headache back. I lost a little vision in [my] eye. So I came out on the court, couldn’t see the rim. My wife was talking, I couldn’t see her. So I decided to come out and come in the back and put ice on my neck and take some medicine, get my neck massaged because it’s muscular when