MIAMI -- The Miami Heat are putting on such a show these days that fans are even crowding around the basket during warmups.
Some might say the dunks LeBron James pulled off before Sunday's home game against Cleveland were so impressive they provided better entertainment than the game itself.
James was back to providing some awesome dunks before Tuesday's game against Sacramento at AmericanAirlines Arena. But there was no way that overshadowed what James and running mate Dwyane Wade did when it counted.
In Miami's 141-129 double-overtime win, James scored 40 points and Wade had 39. It marked the most points they've combined for since they joined forces before the 2010-11 season.
"Even with a double-overtime game, those are still video-game numbers," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.
True, this was the worst defensive game the Heat have played during their 12-game winning streak, which is tied for the longest since James, Wade and Chris Bosh came together and is two shy of the lon...