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With only a three game night in the Association, the Miami Heat tilt against the Detroit Pistons provided us with a notable highlight. The play came in the third quarter as Miami Heat’s LeBron James found Dwyane Wade on a fastbreak for an easy one-handed slam dunk: *** Wade image courtesy of Getty Images
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