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Dwyane Wade off to welcome start
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MIAMI -- The sample size remains too small to make any big-picture assessment. And for that reason, Dwyane Wade tempers his enthusiasm and carefully measures his words when analyzing an encouraging start to his playoffs after missing 28 regular-season games for rest and recovery from chronic knee soreness and an assortment of other injuries.

Despite tough Cats, Heat find home success
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MIAMI -- Under normal playoff circumstances, you’d want to say the two-time defending NBA champions shouldn’t need a game-saving defensive play from Dwyane Wade to beat a Charlotte Bobcats team with a hobbled star.

Heat Reaction: Bobcats-Heat, Game 2
Chris Bosh's balancing act continues
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MIAMI -- The scene is still frustratingly fresh in Chris Bosh's mind.Eager to take advantage of Al Jefferson hobbling on an injured foot, Bosh rocked Charlotte’s big man off balance with a shot fake on the perimeter, then zipped into the lane for an uncontested dunk midway through the Heat’s playoff opener Sunday against the Bobcats.

With Al Jefferson hurting, Heat take charge
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MIAMI -- Arguably the biggest underdog in any series of these NBA playoffs, the Charlotte Bobcats knew they had to make the most of their shots in their first-round matchup against LeBron James and the two-time defending champion Miami Heat.

Are the Heat more vulnerable than ever?
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MIAMI -- LeBron James has little interest in knowing the official human odometer reading. But the physical and psychological wear and tear accumulated from his championship journeys with the Miami Heat certainly have added up over the years.

Heat's three-peat quest begins now
MIAMI -- For one team, it was an exhibition. The other, a championship of sorts. In the end, the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Miami Heat 100-87 on the home floor of the defending champions.

Heat Reaction: 76ers-Heat Grades
LeBron James, Chris Bosh to miss finale
MIAMI -- The regular season is officially over for the reigning MVP. With the second seed in the Eastern Conference locked up, Miami Heat forward LeBron James and center Chris Bosh will sit out Wednesday's season finale as they host the Philadelphia 76ers.

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