Just about every Heat player, in reflection, will call a different moment to mind, the moment when a solid regular season became a special one. Prior to Wednesday’s contest against the Magic, the last one before the playoffs open, Dwyane Wade shared his turning point.
It came Jan. 16 at Golden State, after the Heat had started a road trip with three losses in four games, including an especially listless performance in Indiana. Before playing the Warriors, they decided they would stop running out separately during player introductions.
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