Tune into Sun Sports at 10 p.m. to watch the Miami Heat take on the Denver Nuggets. NBA Heat territory.
Coming up short in overtime on consecutive nights during a brief West Coast swing has no doubt started to have an effect on the legs of the Miami Heat, if not their psyche.
Capping their five-game trip in the high altitude of Denver against the run-and-gun Nuggets isn't bound to do them any favors, either.
The two highest-scoring teams in the NBA face off Friday night when Miami will look to get back to closing out games - and its season high-tying road trek - on a winning note.
The Heat left Florida flying high, riding the momentum of a 6-1 start to a triple-overtime win at Atlanta to begin the trip. Another victory at New Jersey followed, but a change of time zone soon resulted in a change of fortune, even with the return of Dwyane Wade, who had missed the previous three games with a bruised left foot.
Wade scored a season-high 34 in Tuesday night's 111-106 loss at ...