Found November 13, 2012 on USA Sports 360:
TEAMS: Miami Heat

The Miami Heat has certainly had their hands full over the past couple of games they played.  The Heat had to rally in the 4th quarter to beat the Houston Rockets by the score of 113-110. It was a contest the Heat knows they were involved in. The Rockets gave the Heat almost more than they could handle. It was the work of LeBron James and Chris Bosh to get the Heat this win. What else is new. The Miami Heat has enough talent to fill two NBA teams. If one guy is having an off night the others can pick them up. The Rockets almost were able to pull this one off. The Heat had to score 31 points in the 4th to get their 6th win on the season. The Miami Heat are now 6-2 and they continue to play the kind of basketball that winners produce. They only had one bad game this season and the way they are playing it is going to be a long season for the rest of the NBA teams. LeBron James continues his quest to become the best in the NBA.

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