For so much of this streak, it has been about winning in a variety of ways for the Miami Heat. They have done it some nights on talent, some on grit and, at times, simply outlasted the opponent. Add doing it with anger to the list. The Heat appeared to see a little red, flaring the nostrils after one of their own went down with an early injury. And even though Dwyane Wade returned from a first-quarter spill, the Heat kept their mean streak going in a 107-94 victory Friday against the Milwaukee Bucks at Bradley Center.
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