Heat vs. Wizards 2012: Game time, TV schedule and more

Brad Mills-US PRESSWIRE

The Heat continue preseason action against the Wizards in Kansas City.

The Miami Heat begin to wind down the preseason, as they take on the Washington Wizards in at the Sprint Center in Kansas City on Wednesday night.

The Heat are 4-2 this preseason, with three straight wins over the Detroit Pistons, San Antonio Spurs and Charlotte Bobcats. Tenth-year pro Udonis Haslem is expected to play for the Heat for the first time in the preseason after being out with a quad injury. Haslem averaged 6.0 points and 7.3 rebounds in the regular season for Miami last year.

In their last outing, the Heat enjoyed ten points and eight assists from LeBron James, while newcomer Ray Allen scored 15 points in 26 minutes of play.

The Wizards are 2-4 in exhibition play. At the end of the preseason, they will have played seven of their eight games on the road. John Wall, point guard and face of the franchise, is sidelined for the first month of the season with stress fractures in his left knee cap. In his place, A.J. Price has dished 19 assists in the last two games.

Date, time: Wednesday, Oct. 24, 8:30 p.m. ET

TV: Sun Sports

Radio: 790 AM/104.3 FM

For more on the game visit Heat blog Hot Hot Hoops and Wizards site Bullets Forever.

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