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Heat roll past Hornets 106-73 in Game 7

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MIAMI (AP) Dwyane Wade took a moment to think during the national anthem on Sunday, reflecting on all the things that his Miami Heat endured this season.

They lost Chris Bosh at the All-Star break to a blood clot for the second straight year, forcing them to dramatically change their playing style. They dealt with injuries, had assistant coach Keith Smart take a leave from the team so he could deal with cancer treatment, and reshaped their roster through trades and free-agent deals.

None of that broke them. Wade saw no reason why Game 7 would, either.

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Points Per Game
Rank Name PPG
1 S. Curry, GS30.1
2 J. Harden, Hou29.0
3 K. Durant, OKC28.2
4 D. Cousins, Sac26.9
5 L. James, Cle25.3
6 D. Lillard, Por25.1
7 A. Davis, NO24.3
8 R. Westbrook, OKC23.5
9 D. DeRozan, Tor23.5
10 P. George, Ind23.1
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Field Goal Percentage
Rank Name FG%
1 D. Jordan, LAC.703
2 D. Howard, Hou.620
3 H. Whiteside, Mia.605
4 E. Kanter, OKC.576
5 M. Gortat, Was.567
6 J. Valanciunas, Tor.565
7 K. Faried, Den.558
8 K. Towns, Min.542
9 R. Lopez, NY.539
10 G. Dieng, Min.532
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