Miami Heat: Dwyane Wade Nets Triple-Double vs. Michael Jordan's Bobcats
With Michael Jordan watching from the Bobcats' bench, Jordan brand spokesman Dwyane Wade did a little bit of everything.
Wade was questionable for Friday's game after taking a hard fall last night in Orlando. Instead, he suited up and posted the fourth triple-double of his career with 22 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists.
It was his first in more than five seasons. Each has been away from home.
James flirted with a triple-double for the second straight game, posting 19 points, eight rebounds and nine assists. He added 11 rebounds and eight assists to his ninth career 50-point game Thursday night against the Magic.
It was his first 50-point effort since March of 2009 at Sacramento and marked a high for the league this season.
The previous high of 47 was shared by Blake Griffin and Kevin Durant.
Interestingly enough, all nine of James' 50-point games have come on the road.
The Heat had six players in double-figures as Miami extended its winning streak to five games.
The Big Three host The Blake Show on Super Bowl Sunday in Miami.
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