MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — At a time when winning games has become most crucial to the Miami Heat’s playoff hopes, the best player in the franchise’s history is playing better than he has all season.
LeBron James knows Dwyane Wade’s game perhaps better than anyone, so when he saw his former teammate take a pull-up jumper off the glass he was fully aware what that meant.
“You knew he was in a good groove,” James said.
Indeed Wade was, and he’s been there for a couple weeks — his best stretch of the season happening to coincide with a playoffs-or-bust push by the Heat.
His 32-point game on 13 for 18 shooting in Monday’s win over Cleveland was vintage, and added to what has Wade on pace for his best scoring month in more than four years. His hot streak comes at the perfect time…
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