Dwyane Wade successfully lobbied to play in Miami's regular-season finale, saying he wanted to get a little more work in before the playoffs begin this weekend.
He looked more than ready for another postseason run.
Wade scored 21 points and handed out 10 assists, Mike Miller added 21 points and the Miami Heat wrapped up the regular season with a 105-93 win over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night.
Orlando finished with the NBA's worst record, 20-62.
Miami (66-16) became the 14th team in NBA history to finish with a winning percentage over .800. The Heat have home-court advantage throughout the NBA playoffs and will open their quest for a second straight championship this weekend against the Milwaukee Bucks in an Eastern Conference first-round series.
''Awesome,'' Wade said. ''It's great. It's a testament to the team being committed and being very consistent all year.''
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