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News » Miami Heat Notes, Quotes 2009-11-18

Miami Heat Notes, Quotes 2009-11-18

Miami Heat Notes, Quotes 2009-11-18--A production crew took over the east end of the main court Monday at AmericanAirlines Arena to shoot a Gatorade commercial featuring Dwyane Wade, who also got work for teammates Mario Chalmers, Carlos Arroyo, Jamaal Magloire and Michael Beasley as extras.

"I'm trying to get my percentage," Wade joked of setting up his teammates.

Wade insisted he did not set up Magloire to be victimized by one of his dunks, as was the case with NBA journeyman center Paul Davis in one of Wade's previous commercials.

"We don't want Big Cat hurting nobody," Wade said of the gangly center.

--G Dwyane Wade joked that he is growing tired of the team's guards missing time. Daequan Cook and Mario Chalmers both have been dealing with injuries.

"Mario and Dae-Dae, they're gonna owe me a lot if they're going to keep missing games and having me play all their minutes," Wade said with a grin. "I'm supposed to play 36 minutes a night, not 42."

--Coach Erik Spoelstra said Carlos Arroyo continues to evolve into the presence at point guard the team was seeking when it added him during training camp.

"I like what Carlos is doing," Spoelstra said. "One thing he does, he brings a real competitive spirit to the minutes he plays. He also can make plays on his own, off pick-and-rolls or at the end of offense."

QUOTE TO NOTE: "They came in and set the tone right from the top of the game and they outplayed us with their athleticism, with their length, with their energy. We never could put together sustained, long moments of solid play." -- Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, on his team's shoddy play against the Thunder.

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