Game time: 7:30 p.m. ETTV: Sun Sports
The Miami Heat own the Eastern Conference's best record, but are still looking to shore up one glaring weakness - rebounding.
They hope a new face can help make an impact beginning Wednesday night as they try to continue their dominance over the visiting Toronto Raptors.
The Heat (26-12) haven't played since Thursday when they capped a 10-day, six-game road trip with a 99-90 win over the Los Angeles Lakers. They started the trek with losses to Indiana and Portland but closed by winning three of four.
"It was good for our team to kind of get a rest," said Dwyane Wade, whose scoring average of 20.1 ranks 10th. "We are one of the oldest teams in the league. (It's good) for guys to kind of mentally and physically get away from the grind."
The Heat, winners of 16 of 19 at home, didn't get any younger with Sunday's signing of 34-year-old Chris Andersen to a 10-day contract, but hope the move can improve a club that averages a league-worst 38.8 rebound...