Found December 28, 2011 on NBA.com:
PLAYERS: Erik Spoelstra
TEAMS: Miami Heat
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The Miami HEAT were one of the best teams in the league after timeouts last season, and that prowess was on display once again at the end of the first half against Boston, when Erik Spoelstra broke out a Wade-James-Bosh misdirection set.
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