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Despite the constant uncertainty of Dwyane Wade's health, LeBron James has helped the Miami Heat remain in contention for the Eastern Conference's top seed.
The Heat haven't had much trouble with the Toronto Raptors in recent years no matter who has been in the lineup, and they'll seek an eighth straight victory in this series Wednesday night in Miami.
Miami (43-17) pulled within 2 12 games of first-place Chicago with a 101-98 come-from-behind victory over New Jersey on Monday, as James scored the team's final 17 points.
Wade sat out for the fourth time in nine games due to a nagging ankle injury, but the Heat improved to 12-1 this season without him.
James' bucket with 51 seconds remaining gave Miami its first lead and he finished with 37 points, hearing chants of "MVP!" from the visiting crowd.
"No. 6, he was pretty good going down the stretch," coach Erik Spoelstra said....