MIAMI -- Something both unusual and striking took place over the last six minutes of the Miami Heat’s highly-entertaining game with the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night. LeBron James was outplayed, at both ends, in a head-to-head matchup. The best player in the fourth quarter was James Harden. He accomplished it in a man-to-man struggle with James. They guarded each other for those vital minutes where stars earn their paychecks. Frankly, Harden was the best player in the game and this was a night that James had 32 points, six rebounds and five assists and Dwyane Wade, his primary defender for most of the contest, had 31 points, five rebounds, eight assists and four steals.