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Dwyane Wade had 24 points and 10 assists and Chris Bosh added 24 points for Miami, which won its fourth straight and avenged an earlier loss to OKC.
Kevin Durant scored 28 points for Oklahoma City. Russell Westbrook, who had missed the previous 27 games after having a surgery on his right knee, started and scored 16 points.
In another game* At Milwaukee, Kenneth Faried continued his recent hot streak, scoring 26 points to carry the Denver Nuggets past the Bucks, 101-90. Caron Butler scored 17 for the Bucks, who have not won two straight games all season.
Noteworthy* Looking to add a big man, the Brooklyn Nets have worked out center Jason Collins, who would become the first openly gay active NBA player if signed.
General manager Billy King did not attend the workout in Los Angeles during the All-Star break that was reported by ESPN.com, but said on a conference call he was told Collins is "in shape."
Collins revealed at the end of last season he is gay. The 35-year-old Collins played in 38 games for Boston and Washington in 2012-13 and hasn't been particularly productive in recent years, but has a number of former teammates on the Nets, including coach Jason Kidd.
King said the Nets wouldn't be concerned about any extra attention the signing of Collins would provide.