Found November 21, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
MIAMI -- It's almost unfair. After the Bucks had rallied from 18 points down in a game that eventually went to overtime, Heat Coach Erik Spoelstra took out 6-2 point guard Mario Chalmers and put 6-8 LeBron James on 6-1 sharp-shooter Brandon Jennings. The result was a 6-0 start in the extra session and a 113-106 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. The Heat (9-3) improved to 5-0 at home. Dwyane Wade and James, who both battled the flu on Miami's recently completed 4-2 road trip, each finished with 28 points. James added 10 rebounds and 8 assists -- nearly a triple-double. Heat forward Chris Bosh also starred with 24 points and 18 rebounds. The 18 boards are the most for Bosh in a Heat uniform. Spoelstra said he'll "take it" when it comes to any win, but he wasn't happy with letting a big lead slip away. "It's the human condition -- when things are easy, you relax, even if it's only for a moment," he said. "We relaxed for three...
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