Originally written on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 11/9/12
ATLANTA - LeBron James and Josh Smith banged knees in the first half, causing James to come up limping. But that did not prevent James from nearly recording a triple-double and hitting a big shot. James collected 21 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists, and he made the shot that counted most, a 20-foot jumper with 13 seconds left, to lead the Miami Heat to a 95-89 win over the Atlanta Hawks at Phillips Arena on Friday night. "I had a pretty good look." James said of his shot, which gave the Heat a four-point lead. "It's just about repetition. It's things that you practice every day." The Heat were without Dwyane Wade, who was back at the team hotel with a cold. But they still had a big three: Chris Bosh had 24 points and Ray Allen came off the bench for 17, including two insurance free throws with six seconds left. Smith was having a tough night even before he and James smacked into one another, scoring only 13 points on a 6-of-19 shooting night. He had eight rebounds, ...
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