We've still got a game in Philly, as the Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers are distinguished by only two points at the end of the third quarter, 75-73. Dwyane Wade is up to 24 points, six rebounds and five assists, trailed by LeBron James' 17 points and 12 boards, but the Sixers are still winning the assists and turnover battles.
Elton Brand leads Philly with 17 points and seven rebounds, while Andre Igoudala has six points and 10 dimes. Both are in slight foul trouble, with three each. Miami has taken 24 free throws to Philly's 14.
Hanging on to momentum when they can get it and taking advantage of Miami's mistakes should be keys for the 76ers in the fourth. Twelve minutes to Philadelphia's first win over the Heat since 1776 or so?