Dwyane Wade is Back: Miami's Big Three Prove to be Superman's Kryptonite in 96-70 Win Over Orlando

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Think it may be safe to say that Dwyane Wade won’t take too long to wear off the rust.

We knew that what happened in Boston was more of an anomaly, than a sign of how good or bad the Heat would be this season.

Like a locomotive, Miami seems to be picking up steam with each and every game. One has to deduce that after 82 games this will be a finely tuned machine entering the playoffs.

The Heat didn’t just beat the Magic, they annihilated them. Orlando would not be able to handle Miami in a seven game series.  Their wing play isn’t enough to match that of Wade and LeBron James. At times it seemed as though both could do whatever they wanted versus Magic defenders 

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    Nice piece, Benny. I can easily see the Heat entering their next game against the Celtics at AmericanAirlines Arena with a 6-1 record, equaling their best start as a franchise achieved last year as well as in 1999.

    Here’s hoping they carry the same ferocity and defensive tenacity they played with in last night’s game into that matchup, for if they do, there’s a real shot they could go undefeated in the month of November and into early December, and be challenging the 1972 Lakers’ record 33-game win streak…;-)