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Heat throw fire on their cold streak

For the first time in a decade, Miami wins in Denver
LeBron James picked up the slack for an absent Dwyane Wade on Thursday night in Denver. He had 27 points and 12 assists to help the Miami Heat score a 98-93 victory over the Nuggets – their first win in Denver since January 2002.
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Several Denver Broncos were in attendance. Champ Bailey was sporting a LeBron sweat shirt at team headquarters. “Oh, dang. Don’t call me out like that,” he said. “I’m always rooting for the Nuggets. I like LeBron, don’t get me wrong. He’s a great player. But I’m Nuggets all the way.” Not so Miami native Elvis Dumervil, but even he declined to disparage Denver. “That’s a tough question,” he said when asked if he had split loyalties. How about this: Excited to see LeBron? “Yeah, let’s put it that way,” Dumervil said. ... The Nuggets hit the road again now, traveling to San Antonio, Memphis and Minnesota. ... Kenneth Faried’s previous best was 17 rebounds, accomplished twice, including Saturday against Golden State.

Heat throw fire on their cold streak

LeBron James picked up the slack for an absent Dwyane Wade on Thursday night in Denver. He had 27 points and 12 assists to help the Miami Heat score a 98-93 victory over the Nuggets – their first win in Denver since January 2002.
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