Heat win on Marion's dunk
Dwyane Wade took advantage of the attention he was receiving, and it won the game for Miami.
Wade found a streaking Shawn Marion for a dunk with 1.1 seconds left to give the Heat a 95-93 win over the Bulls last night in Chicago.
Wade (24 points) scored 8 points in the fourth quarter in addition to passing out of a double-team to find Marion (12 points) for the decisive dunk.
"It was just a read. I saw the man [Tyrus Thomas] was going to jump out on me as soon as I touched the ball. Shawn did what he does best and that's cut to the basket. He made a great finish," Wade said.
Ben Gordon finished with 34 points for Chicago.
Warriors 105, Blazers 98 - Corey Maggette had 24 points and Monta Ellis made three key baskets down the stretch as host Golden State, which blew an 18-point lead in the second half, held on to beat Portland.