Wade produced a vintage performance as the Miami Heat ended Philadelphia’s 17-game winning streak.
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Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson handed San Antonio a painful shooting lesson as Golden State took a grip on their Western Conference playoff duel Monday. Durant and Thompson both weighed in with 30-point games as the Warriors powered to a 116-101 win that puts the NBA champions 2-0 up in their best-of-seven series.San Antonio started strongly, with LaMarcus Aldridge, who finished with 34 points, driving the Spurs forward as they shaded the first period 25-23 .Durant finished with 32 points, six rebounds and six assists while Thompson was close behind with 31 points and five assists.Wade, 36, scored 28 points in 25 minutes as Miami stunned the 76ers' home crowd into silence with a 113-103 victory.Wade, who also had seven rebounds and three assists, was backed by 20 points from teammate Goran Dragic and 18 points from James Johnson.
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