Spurs Lose to a Heat Playing Without LeBron, Wade

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Spurs Lose to a Heat Playing Without LeBron, Wade
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The Miami Heat got even — again. Or so it seemed. Just two days after Heat team president Pat Riley fired a profane missive at Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge in defense of LeBron James, his team rested James, fellow star Dwyane Wade and point guard Mario Chalmers against the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday in what was widely seen as a measure of gamesmanship and revenge. The Spurs, to review, sent Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili home to rest on Nov. 29 rather than take part in the possible NBA Finals preview in Miami and were fined $250,000 by the NBA for doing so.

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