Wade turns the Heat on Minnesota

Dwayne Wade scores 25 points in Miami's win, while Curry's 34 points hands Rockets their first loss of the NBA season.

    Wade's efforts helped Miami snap a two-game losing streak [Getty Images]
    Wade's efforts helped Miami snap a two-game losing streak [Getty Images]

    Dwyane Wade had 25 points and eight assists to lead Miami over Minnesota 102-92 at AmericanAirlines Arena.

    Heat forward Chris Bosh added 24 points. He has scored at least 20 points in all six Heat games this season. The Heat (4-2) snapped a two-game losing streak.

    Elsewhere, Stephen Curry tallied a game-high 34 points while Andrew Bogut grabbed 18 rebounds as the Golden State Warriors handed the Houston Rockets their first loss on the season with a 98-87 win.

    Brandon Knight scored on a layup and free throw with 1.1 seconds left, giving Milwaukee a 93-92 win over Memphis at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

    Evan Turner had 19 points and six assists as Boston held on to beat Chicago 106-101 at the United Center.

    Kyle Korver got hot, while Carmelo Anthony disappeared, as Atlanta rallied past New York 103-96 at Philips Arena.

    Other results:

    Wizards 97, Pacers 90

    Clippers 106, Trail Blazers 102

    SOURCE: Reuters


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