LeBron James has scored more than half of the points for the Miami Heat. It's probably a good thing he picked tonight to go on a scoring rampage, because he has to play the second half of the game without Dwayne Wade, sidelined by a hard fall he took when Dwight Howard fouled him on a layup. Only Chris Bosh has joined James in double digits with 13 points. As a team, the Heat are shooting nearly 53% after three quarters, hitting 5-12 from long range. Mike Miller has lifted Miami's rebounding past the Magic with his 11 boards.
Jameer Nelson joined Dwight Howard and Hedo Turkoglu in double digits with 11 points. Howard already has a double/double with his 17 points and 13 rebounds. The team as a whole is still having trouble with their three-point shooting, and JJ Redick, normally a viable outside option, is 0-3 from three. They are also shooting terribly from the charity stripe, going 11-23.
Dwayne Wade returned to the floor with a wrap around his mid-section and not wearing warm-ups. No word on whether or not he'll play anymore.