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For Philadelphia, the season finale was about what's coming next year. For Miami, it's about what's coming next week.
Having already targeted Hispanics, blacks and moms, the White House is using the kickoff of March Madness as a way to argue Obamacare will help cover sports injuries — an effort to reach out to the young, active adults critical to the overall success of the health care reform law.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh each had 20 points and the Miami Heat rallied to beat the Orlando Magic 110-94 on Saturday night.
LeBron James will have his favorite Thanksgiving foods _ turkey, yams and macaroni and cheese _ on his holiday table Thursday.
James blew past Paul George and made a layup as time expired, and the Heat found a way to outlast the Indiana Pacers 103-102 in a back-and-forth Game 1 of the East title series Wednesday night.
Dwyane Wade is limping around in obvious pain. LeBron James' shooting percentage is down. Shane Battier and Ray Allen have struggled to get anything going from 3-point range.
All the Miami Heat did was set a franchise single-season record for wins with four games left to play, clinch the top overall spot in the NBA and secure home-court advantage for the entirety of the playoffs.
LeBron James drove to the rim and scored on Miami's final play, winning a game in memorable fashion and preserving the Heat's winning streak that has lasted for five weeks.
To the Heat, the regular season is an 82-game tuneup for the challenges that await in April, May and they hope, June — when they'll try to win the 16 postseason games needed to successfully defend their NBA championship.