LeBron James had a solid game with 30 points, nine rebounds and four steals, but Dwyane Wade had yet another off-night, needing 19 shots to score 19 points and often settled for jumpers rather than attacking the basket relentlessly, the way Russell Westbrook did in the second half of the game. Wade is now shooting 40.2 percent over his last six games, and the Heat have gone 2-4 in that stretch. Simply put, he will have to find a way to be much more assertive offensively in order for Miami to have a better shot in this series.
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