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Heat Rout NBA-Leading Spurs by 30 Points to Extend Win Streak

Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh combined for 80 points to lead the Miami Heat to a 110-80 victory over San Antonio, which has the best record in the National Basketball Association.

The Heat have won three consecutive games since halting a five-game losing streak that included a 125-95 loss to the Spurs on March 4. Miami had lost its previous four meetings against San Antonio.

Bosh led the Heat with 30 points and 12 rebounds last night in Miami, while Wade had 29 points and nine rebounds. James tallied 21 points and six rebounds for the Heat, who improved to 46-21, the third-best record in the Eastern Conference and the sixth-best mark in the NBA.

Miami hit 54 percent of its shots to 38 percent for San Antonio and outrebounded the Spurs 47-33. Tony Parker had 18 points to lead San Antonio, which fell to 54-13.

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