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Vintage Wade hits sweet crossover

Heat G Dwyane Wade crosses up Knicks G Langston Galloway and sends him sliding along the baseline before nailing the midrange jumper.


Wade sparks the Heat with a dunk

Miami's Dwyane Wade heats up early in the first quarter with a sidestep and fast-break slam against the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.


Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Derek Fisher continues to go deep into his bench. Tonight against Miami, he played 12 players, 11 of whom played at least 14 minutes. Foul trouble for Porzingis and Robin Lopez factored in to his decisions, but it's fair to wonder if a shorter rotation from Fisher would help NYK.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

So the point guard matchup hasn't really lived up after three quarters. Westbrook: 11 points on 4-13 shooting and 8 turnovers. Jackson: 10 points on 2-9 shooting.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony started tonight's game 4-for-5 but has missed his last 8 shots. With Anthony off and Kristaps Porzingis in foul trouble, the Knicks offense has struggled. NY is shooting 39% from the floor, down 13 with 8:45 to go.

Lin crosses up LeBron but misses shot

Jeremy Lin put some nice moves to shake off LeBron James, but it goes all for naught as he missed the 3-pointer.


Warriors (16-0) at Suns (7-8)

Golden State became the first team in NBA history to start a season 16-0. Does the streak move to 17 consecutive wins? Follow live


Indiana Pacers @Pacers

Ellis misses his free throw but grabs his own rebound and puts it back in. He's scored 7 points tonight. IND 61, CHI 51

Royce Young @royceyoung

Pistons lead the Thunder 55-48 at half. Durant 17 and 7, Westbrook 7 and 2 assists (and 5 TOs). Reggie Jackson 6 points in just 6 minutes.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Thunder seem to be lacking flow and rhythm offensively. Have nine turnovers already, with Westbrook (5) and Durant (3) accounting for eight of them.

Pacers scorching Bulls

Indiana has a 16-0 points off of turnovers advantage and a 12-3 three-point advantage as they are pushing a 20-point lead with 6 minutes still left in the first half. Follow live

Zo in the house at AmericanAirlines Arena

Former Heat great Alonzo Mourning takes in the Ohio State-Memphis game on ESPN2. The Tigers hold a one-point lead late in the first half.