Dwyane Wade and his hurting knees were good enough on Friday to lead the Miami Heat to a win over the Minnesota Timberwolves, and do a little mop up work afterward. After scoring 19 points and grabbing five rebounds in the game, Wade grabbed a mop and scooted his way right through LeBron James’ postgame interview. The act had LeBron in stitches and was likely a comfort for Heat fans, who have been used to seeing Wade on the sidelines recently. The All-Star guard had missed the last two games with a sore knee, leading to a rare two-game losing streak for the Heat. His mounting injuries — Wade has already missed five games this year — has the Miami Heat exploring trade options to add backcourt depth, Brian Windhorst of ESPN reported. In Saturday’s game the Heat started 38-year-old Ray Allen, the third player who inserted in the lineup already this year to take the place Wade’s place. While Dwyane Wade was cleaning the court, LeBron James was cleaning up the glass. He ended the game with 14 reboundts, the most he’s ever had in a regular season game for the Heat, as Miami took advantage of Kevin Love’s absence. “Don’t talk about it, just go do it,” James said after the game. “To me, when I say it, I go and make it happen.” It was a much-needed win for the Heat, who were coming off a loss to Chicago in which the Bulls dominated the glass. “We don’t like losing back-to-back games, and we definitely don’t want to lose three in a row,” James said. “So it was a good pick-up game after the loss to Chicago.” Dwyane Was has been known to photobomb his pal LeBron in the past. In November he cartwheeled his way through LeBron’s postgame interview, with his knees looking pretty healthy.