Miami Heat starting point guard Goran Dragic is dealing with pain in his right foot and has received a cortisone shot.

The 32-year-old Heat All-Star says surgery is off the table for now and is hoping the cortisone shot will help with the discomfort he has been feeling for over two weeks.

“It’s going on like two weeks,” Goran Dragic said, via Ira Winderman of the Sun-Sentinel. “Get a lot of pain after practice and during the games. We just want to go and treat it first and see if it’s going to be any better. But you’re always pounding in this, so it’s always the same or worse. Then we just decided yesterday, I went and got a shot.

“The doc said usually when you get cortisone shots, it takes like 48 hours, and, after, it calms down. So it’s still early, but we’ll see. We did MRI before the season. I had some ligaments, partial strain. It’s an awkward area, because it’s a joint, so you cannot get a lot of circulation.”

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Goran Dragic hasn’t missed a game this season despite the ailment. The Heat lefty is averaging 17.7 points, 3.4 rebounds and 5.0 assists in seven games while shooting 41.7 percent from the field, 37.8 percent from beyond the arc and 80.8 percent from the free-throw line.

The Heat are 3-4 on the season.