Guard Dwyane Wade rejoined the Cavaliers in time for shootaround following the death of his agent Henry “Hank” Thomas in Chicago Saturday morning, but coach Tyronn Lue revealed Wade is dealing with a left shoulder injury.

Lue said he expects Wade to play Tuesday night against the Detroit Pistons at Little Caesars Arena.

“He said his shoulder feels pretty good, worked out good yesterday, working on it now, so just gotta see how he responds tonight, but the plan is he’s going to play,” Lue said.

Wade explained that the issue dates back to surgery he underwent on his left shoulder in 2007. While with the Miami Heat, he dislocated it and suffered a torn labrum, but elected to wait until after the playoffs to have surgery. Heat president Pat Riley later revealed Wade's injury was so severe it caused nerve damage.

“Sometimes it gets hit and doesn’t feel as great," Wade said. "I’ve had a couple days off, it feels a lot better.”

Wade is still coping with the passing of Thomas, 64, who had been battling a neuromuscular disorder. Wade played music from The Spinners, one of Thomas’ favorite groups, as he warmed up for shootaround.

Wade said he will have to leave this weekend to return to Chicago for Thomas’ funeral, won’t miss any significant time. The Cavs have two days off on both sides of Saturday’s home game against the Houston Rockets.

“It’s tough, obviously for anybody who’s lost somebody who’s close to them and loves them. I’ve never lost anybody in my family that has been close to me, this is the first person that I’ve lost. Just dealing with that,” Wade said. “Obviously understanding for the last year he’s been getting sicker and sicker. But it doesn’t make it any easier.

“I’ve definitely tried to remember the 15 years I’ve had with him. I’ve tried to remember the good times. As I said in my (Instagram) post I hated calling him my agent because he’s definitely been so much more than that in my life. He’s definitely a father to me. He’s going to be missed. My goal is to take what he taught me and take the legacy that he leaves and try to continue to live it out, continue to live it on and continue to make him proud of me and his family.”