CHICAGO (AP) -- Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade says he played with "a heavy heart" Friday night, after receiving word his nephew was one of 13 men shot -- two fatally -- during a violent six-hour stretch in Chicago.
Wade's nephew was one of those injured in a Thursday shooting at a convenience store.
Wade says he learned of the shooting after Miami won at home against Dallas on Thursday night. Wade says his nephew remains hospitalized, but is doing well.
Neither the Wade family nor Chicago police have released the nephew's name. Wade scored 30 points Friday in Miami's 113-101 win over the Toronto Raptors.