LeBron James 11-16 FG | 6-6 FT | 7 REB | 7 AST | 28 PTS Perhaps former Heat guard and broadcaster John Crotty said it best Tuesday night: "(LeBron) does something once or twice a night that makes you shake your head and say, 'I can't believe he just did that.'" James had a few of those moments against the Bucks, including a dunk after tossing the ball to himself off the backboard and also scoring 15 straight. That hamstring seems fine.
Dwyane Wade Wade missed his fifth consecutive game, and seventh in the past nine, with a bruised right knee and a sprained right ankle. But it's not exactly like he had the night off. Wade went through two extensive workouts Tuesday, including one just before the game, and will travel with the team to Washington for Wednesday's game. Wade is making progress, but his status remains day-to-day. Grade: Incomplete.
Chris Bosh After sitting out Saturday against Philadelphia with a hyperextended knee, Bosh missed his second straight game Wednesday, this time with flu-like symptoms. The combination of the illness and his ailing knee finally allowed Bosh to get the late-season rest he said he needed to help recharge for the playoffs. Coach Erik Spoelstra also said Bosh likely wouldn't play Wednesday night, either. Grade: Incomplete.
Udonis Haslem 5-10 FG | 0-0 FT | 15 REB | 0 AST | 10 PTS Haslem shifted to center in place of Bosh and produce his first double-double of the season. Sparked by an aggressive first quarter, Haslem knocked down a few of his vintage shots and was dominant on the boards. Combined with Chris Andersen's effort off the bench, the Heat's two centers finished with 19 points on 9-for-17 shooting to go with 24 rebounds.
Brandon Jennings had 30 points and continues to be a headache for the Heat, but he was the only Milwaukee player to score in double figures against a Miami team that was without two of its top three players. That didn't exactly send a strong message with the Bucks and Heat likely to meet in the first round of the playoffs. Miami wins the season series 3-1.
61: With the win, the Heat improved to 61-16 to match the most regular-season wins in franchise history. The mark was also set by the 1996-97 Miami team that finished 61-21.