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A postgame look at the Miami Heat
Question of the Day
MIAMI (AP) - A look at the Miami Heat after their 98-96 loss to the Dallas Mavericks on Monday:
The Big 3: Dwyane Wade scored 22 points, LeBron James scored all 19 of his points after halftime, and Chris Bosh added 19 for Miami.
Noteworthy: The Heat lost despite scoring having runs of 17 and 13 unanswered points.
Quotable: “All year, we’re going to continue to get better, to improve to get to the elite level. We’re 30 games in. These elite teams, they’ve been playing together for a long time.” _ Dwyane Wade.
Next up: Miami is at Phoenix on Thursday.
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