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MIAMI (AP) -- LeBron James and Ray Allen will be game-time decisions for the Miami Heat when they face the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday night.
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra says James and Allen will warm up with intent of playing. James has been sidelined with a hamstring strain, and Allen has dealt with a sprained ankle.
The Heat will be without guard Dwyane Wade and center Chris Bosh. Wade is dealing with ankle and knee soreness. Bosh has a sore right knee.
The Heat entered Saturday with a magic number of three for securing the best record in the NBA for the regular season and home-court advantage throughout the NBA playoffs.
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MIAMI, April 6– LeBron James returned from a three-game vacation to score 27 points Saturday, sending Miami rolling over Philadelphia 106-87.
James looked as sharp as ever in 30 minutes of court time.
He hit 12-of-17 shots from the field with four rebounds and five assists.
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The Miami Heat have been resting key players as they prepare for their post-season bid.
On Sunday, Dwayne Wade discussed the timetable for his return.
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The Miami Heat say LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Ray Allen won't play Friday night against the NBA-worst Charlotte Bobcats, but that Mario Chalmers has been upgraded to a game-time decision.
Chalmers participated in the team's Friday morning shoot-around practice.
The Heat can afford to rest their stars after locking up the No. 1 seed in the Eastern...
LeBron James scored 27 points in his return from a strained right hamstring, five other Miami players reached double figures and the Heat moved closer to securing home-court advantage for the entire NBA playoffs by topping the Philadelphia 76ers 106-87 on Saturday night.
Rashard Lewis scored 14 and Norris Cole added 13 for the Heat, whose magic number for clinching the league'...
LeBron James hopes to return to the lineup for the Heat on Saturday night, but Chris Bosh may sit against the 76ers.
The Miami Heat won't have LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Ray Allen against the Charlotte Bobcats on Friday night.
Dwyane Wade, who is recovering from a right knee injury, hasn't ruled out resting for the remainder of the regular season.
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