LeBron James has been spectacular both times he has faced the Denver Nuggets since joining the Miami Heat.
Perhaps the key to which team will win Saturday night will be how well Dwyane Wade fares.
The Heat return home after a difficult trip that resulted in a loss as they try to drop the new-look Nuggets to 0-3.
Miami (1-1) and Denver have met three times since James joined the Heat, with the Nuggets winning twice. James was out with a sprained left ankle for one of the losses, averaging 34.0 points on 62.2 percent shooting in the other two games.
Wade has played in all three of those games. He scored 32 points in the Heat's 103-98 victory March 19, 2011, while averaging 14.0 points on 39.4 percent shooting in the defeats.
Miami fell 104-84 at New York on Friday. The Heat arrived in New York after a three-hour bus ride from nearby Newark, N.J. in the wake of the devastation in the area due to Superstorm Sandy.
Wade wasn't sure the game would be played under the circums...