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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Rashard Lewis didnt join the Miami Heat last season with any illusions of expecting to log the minutes he did earlier in his career. That doesnt mean the veteran forward isnt capable of contributing quality minutes when the Heat need them. Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh each had 20 points, and Lewis added 18 points in just his second start of the season as the Miami Heat rallied to beat the Orlando Magic 110-94 Saturday night. "Were a veteran team and Im used to it after playing last year. You just have to be mentally ready to go when your name is called upon," Lewis said. "With the type of team we have you might play 20 minutes and you might play 5 minutes. Youve just got to be ready." Lewis started in place of Shane Battier, who sat out to rest a sore quadriceps. He gave quality minutes all night, hitting three 3-pointers. He also had eight points during a third-quarter run, before the Heats big three then caught fire in the fourth to secure the victory. LeBron James had 15 points, eight rebounds and eight assists. The Heat won their eighth straight over the Magic. It was also Miamis 22nd consecutive divisional victory, leaving it just one win short of tying Bostons NBA record of 23 set in 1961. Miami kept its streak going despite James 5-for-13 shooting night. Wade has been pacing himself recently in back-to-back games, but started Saturday. Miami hosts Toronto on Sunday. The Raptors are one of the leagues hottest teams, winning five straight and eight of their last 10. They currently lead the Atlantic Division. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said its something theyre aware of, but nothing theyll put too much emphasis on. "Weve been noticing," Spoelstra said. "Theyve been playing very good basketball. We mentioned that about the Eastern Conference. It is way too premature to figure out where teams are. There are teams that have higher ceilings, and theyre one of them." The Magic were without starting centre Nik Vucevic, who missed his second straight game with a sprained left ankle. But they managed to stay in the game by spacing the floor and getting some easy layups. They fell apart down the stretch, though, as Miami began to rack up points inside. Jameer Nelson led Orlando with 21 points and Tobias Harris added 17 points and 10 rebounds. The Magic lost their third straight. "They got out in transition and Im always talking about how offence helps your defence, and we couldnt get anything going," Magic coach Jacque Vaughn said. The Magic tried to adjust to Vucevics absence by shifting Glen Davis to centre and inserting Andrew Nicholson in to start at power forward. Nicholson played only six minutes, but was pulled in the first quarter and didnt return. While Nicholson struggled defensively, Davis took advantage of Battiers absence and had a lot of early success inside to keep the Magic in it. The Magic clung to a 57-54 lead early in the third quarter before a layup by James ignited a 19-2 Heat run that put Miami back in front 73-59. Lewis had six points during the run, including a four-point play. The Magic never got closer than nine in the fourth quarter. Arron Afflalo, the Magics leading scorer, said he hopes a five-game road trip -- which begins on Monday -- can help him break out of a recent shooting slump. He has shot under 40 per cent in each of the Magics last three games. "Its getting back to that point again, we just want to win," he said. "Regardless of any and everything, each and every night, whether its this or that -- we just want to win." Bosh said hes excited about his latest matchup against the Raptors. "This is going to be a huge game for them," he said. "We know they have a lot of confidence and have had some big games and big wins on the road. ... We are going to have to make sure we let them know what is really important for us at home and what a true champion plays like." NOTES: The Magic dropped to 1-15 when their opponent scores 100 or more points. ... The Magic waived reserve big man Solomon Jones following the game. Jones appeared in 11 games this season, averaging 1.3 points and 1.5 rebounds. He was signed by the Magic as a free agent prior to training camp. Oren Burks Packers Jersey . PAUL, Minn. Custom Packers Jerseys . Fielder ended 4-for-5 with a solo homer, while Avila was 4-for-4 with two runs scored for the Tigers, who put the brakes on a three-game skid and rebounded from a loss in Mondays opener. Victor Martinez and Austin Jackson both contributed two hits, an RBI and a run scored as Detroit maintained its healthy lead atop the AL Central. http://www.packersproshopfootball.com/Youth-Josh-Jackson-Elite-Jersey/ . In the days leading up to the draft, TSN.ca and TSN Radio basketball analyst Duane Watson looks at some of the names that will be headlining the event. Tonight, Michigans Nik Stauskas of Mississauga, Ontario. Jimmy Graham Packers Jersey . -- Zach Johnson is like most players at the World Challenge, not sure whether hes still playing in 2013 or if hes in the middle of the new wraparound season that officially started in October. Tramon Williams Jersey . -- Chris Tillman paid no attention to the Baltimore bullpen as it started to stir in the ninth inning.SPOKANE, Wash. - Paul Bittner had a hat trick as the Portland Winterhawks beat the Spokane Chiefs 5-3 on Friday night in Western Hockey League action.Oliver Bjorkstrand scored once and added three assists for Portland (22-18-3) and Anton Cederholm also scored.Adam Helewka struck twice for the Chiefs (22-15-3), with Liam Stewart adding his 14th of the season.Goaltender Adin Hill turned away 27 shots for the win as Garret Hughson made 31 stops in the loss.The Winterhawks were scoreless on three power plays while Spokane scored once on five chances.---OIL KINGS 4 PATS 1REGINA — Brandon Ralph had a goal and an assist as Edmonton downed the Pats for its fourth-straight win.Davis Koch, Tyler Robertson and Lane Bauer also scored for the Oil Kings (20-16-5).Pavel Padakin answered back in the second period for Regina (25-13-3). The Pats entered the game having gone 5-0-1 in their last six games.---SILVERTIPS 6 WARRIORS 2MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Dawson Leedahl had a pair of goals and added an assist as Everett scored four times in the second period to beat the Warriors.Montreal Canadiens prospect Nikita Scherbak, Kohl Bauml, Ben Betker and Jordan Wharrie also chipped in for the Silvertips (25-12-4).Tanner Eberle opened the scoring on the power play for Moose Jaw (17-22-4). Brett Howden also scored for the Warriors, who dropped their third straight.---RAIDERS 4 BRONCOS 3 (OT)PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Reid Gardiner scored his second goal of the game at 1:05 of overtime as the Raiders edged Swift Current.Austin Glover and Kris Schmidli also scored for Prince Albert (18-23-1).Jordan Thomson, Cavin Leth and Jake DeBrusk had goals for the Broncos (20-17-5).---REBELS 3 ICE 1CRANBROOK, B.C. — Jeff de Wit and Presten Kopeck scored in the first period to lead Red Deer past the Ice.Riley Sheen added a power-play goal in the third period to round out the Rebels (22-14-5) attack.Cale Fleury replied with his first of the season in the third period for Kootenay (21-19-1).---HURRICANES 4 BLADES 1LLETHBRIDGE, Alta.dddddddddddd — Giorgio Estephan had a three-point night — including two goals — as the Hurricanes scored four straight to beat Saskatoon.Tyler Wong and Kade Jensen rounded out the Lethbridge (10-23-6) attack. The win snaps its four-game losing streak.Cameron Hebig scored midway through the third period for the Blades (9-29-3).---ROCKETS 2 BLAZERS 1 (SO)KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Dillon Dube and Nick Merkley scored in the shootout as Kelowna beat the Blazers for its fourth-straight win.Edmonton Oilers prospect Leon Draisaitl tied the game for the No. 2 nationally-ranked Rockets (33-6-3) in the third period to force extra time.Luke Harrison found the back of the net with his eighth of the season for Kamloops (14-23-6).---AMERICANS 4 THUNDERBIRDS 3 (SO) KENNEWICK, Wash. — Richard Nejezchleb had the only goal in the shootout and started the comeback in regulation as the Americans slipped past Seattle.Nejezchleb and Brian Williams scored 29 seconds apart late in the third period to tie the game and force overtime for Tri-City (20-19-2). Tyler Morrison also scored in the first period.Defenceman Shea Theodore had a three-point night for the Thunderbirds (19-16-5) in his return from Canadas gold medal world junior team. Theodore scored twice and Jerret Smith added the other for Seattle.---ROYALS 3 COUGARS 2 (OT)VICTORIA — Tyler Soy scored 1:03 into overtime as the Royals edged Prince George.Brandon Magee led the Victoria (21-19-3) offence with two goals.Chase Witala and Aaron Boyd both scored short-handed goals for the Cougars (20-22-1).---GIANTS 5 TIGERS 3VANCOUVER — Matt Bellerive had a power-play goal in the first period for the Giants, as they scored three times in the opening period to beat Medicine Hat.Dalton Sward, Jesse Roach, Dakota Popoff and Mason Geertsen rounded out the Vancouver (19-20-2) attack.Markus Eisenschmid, Cole Sanford and Trevor Cox all scored for the No. 7 Tigers (28-10-2), who had their four-game winning streak halted.--- Wholesale Falcons Jerseys Wholesale Buccaneers Jerseys Wholesale Cardinals Jerseys Wholesale Bills Jerseys Wholesale Jets Jerseys Wholesale Panthers Jerseys Wholesale Ravens Jerseys Wholesale Texans Jerseys Wholesale Patriots Jerseys Wholesale Steelers Jerseys Wholesale Cowboys Jerseys Wholesale Packers Jerseys Wholesale Browns Jerseys Wholesale Chiefs Jerseys Wholesale Colts Jerseys Wholesale Rams Jerseys ' ' '

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