Having lost two straight games, the Miami Heat took to the court on Sunday to face a familiar foe.
LeBron James and company looked to get back on track against the Chicago Bulls, who came into Sunday's contest winners of 10 of their last 13 games.
With the Indiana Pacers faltering ahead of the Heat in the No. 1 spot, losing at the United Center was not an option for Miami as it chases playoff home-court advantage. However, the Bulls, who are gunning for the No. 3 seed, had other ideas.
Chicago came out on top, 95-88, in an overtime thriller to the delight of the home crowd. As he's done all season, Joakim Noah was all over the court, tallying 20 points, 12 rebounds, seven assists and five blocks.
Dwyane Wade led the way for the Heat with 25 points, five boards and four helpers. Meanwhile, James underwhelmed for the third consecutive game since his 61-point explosion, registering just 17 points.