Dwyane Wade made 1-of-2 free throws with 5.2 seconds remaining
and finished with 23 points for Miami, who held off a late surge
by the New Jersey Nets in a 90-89 victory on Monday.
For the second straight season, Wade has scored 20 points in
each of his first four games, joining teammate Alonzo Mourning
(1996-97) as the only players in franchise history to accomplish
The Heat have split their first two games since superstar
Shaquille O'Neal sprained his right ankle against the Pacers on
Thursday. O'Neal scored 18 points prior to landing awkwardly on
Ron Artest's foot.
The Pacers have won 13 of the last 14 meetings against the Heat,
including three overtime victories last season.