Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade will be a game-time decision for Game 5 against the Chicago Bulls after participating in Wednesday morning's shootaround.

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra provided the update on Wade's status, saying that the All-Star guard's bruised right knee will be evaluated prior to the start of Wednesday's contest.

"He had a very good day [Tuesday] and a good shootaround," Spoelstra said. "We'll evaluate him before the game and go from there."

Wade did not address the media Wednesday, but Heat forward Chris Bosh said he expects the nine-time All-Star to play. Miami owns a 3-1 series lead against Chicago and can advance to the Eastern Conference finals for a third straight year with a victory Wednesday.

Wade, who has been dealing with multiple bruises and soreness in his right knee for more than two months, received extensive treatment Tuesday and was officially listed as questionable for Game 5. He collided knees with Bulls forward Jimmy Butler in the second quarter of Monday's 88-65 victory.

Wade scored just six points on 3-of-10 shooting from the field Monday and didn't attempt a free throw in 29 minutes of playing time. He returned for the second half after hurting his knee and also asked to re-enter the game in the final minutes while the Heat were comfortably ahead.

But Wade's struggles throughout the playoffs have raised concerns about the status of his health moving forward. He is averaging just 12.3 points in the playoffs overall, and only 11.3 points through four games against the Bulls.