The Miami Heat may be the reigning NBA champions, but they've lost the last two meetings with the woeful Washington Wizards.
This time, Miami's Big Three will get a chance to make an impact.
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh look to capitalize on the team with the league's worst record and extend the Heat's season-high winning streak to seven games Tuesday night.
Miami is 12-3 this season and has that same record in the past 15 games against Washington (1-13), taking seven of eight in the nation's capital. However, the Heat went 1-2 in last season's series, mostly due to scheduling.
Those defeats came during the final four games of the regular season, when Miami was afforded the luxury of resting its stars ahead of the playoffs.
Wade was the only member of the Big Three to face Washington on April 21, but he left after 2:40 with a dislocated left index finger as Miami went on to lose 86-84. The superstar guard joined James and Bosh as spectators for the season finale Apr...