- Associated Press - Monday, January 17, 2011

MIAMI (AP) - Back in their building for the first time in nearly two weeks, the Miami Heat took final inventory Monday of all that they lost during their marathon road trip.

Two stars to ankle injuries. A 13-game road winning streak. The lead in the Eastern Conference. And for good measure, a balky left knee for Dwyane Wade.

Suddenly saddled with a three-game slide, the Heat play host to the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night. LeBron James and Chris Bosh didn’t practice on Monday because of ankle woes, and Bosh is doubtful for Tuesday. Wade also didn’t practice because of some knee soreness, but he says he’ll go against the Hawks.

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