The Philadelphia 76ers announced on Friday that Andrew Bynum went through a full practice. While a positive sign for the club, it didn't do them any good against the Eastern Conference-leading Miami Heat on Saturday night.
Even with Bynum, it's unlikely the Sixers would have beaten the Heat.
Miami put on yet another display of efficiency and cohesiveness, shooting over 58 percent from the field, scoring 40 points in the paint and allowing the Sixers a big fat zero (that's right, zero) fast-break points in its 114-90 win.
When LeBron James posts a triple-double, it's clear that the Heat are a hard team to beat. That's what he did on Saturday night, marking the 35th time he's done so in his career.
The Big 3 of James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade combined for 62 points on 27-of-42 shooting, led by Wade's 33 points. Still rocking the retro uniforms, the Heat also got double figures from Mario Chalmers, Norris Cole and Ray Allen and had only six total turnovers on the evening.
Miami led by just nine at halftime but increased the lead to 16 by the end of the third quarter and coasted the rest of the way. Philadelphia got double digits ...
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