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October 12, 2015 11:19 PM

Miami Heat backups claw back to defeat San Antonio Spurs

With Mario Chalmers dealing with knee soreness, Tyler Johnson starred in the backup point guard role, scoring 14 points in 23 minutes

Dwyane Wade led the Heat starters with 16 points, but won't play Tuesday in Orlando and said he'll sit out back-to-backs this preseason

Gerald Green led the heat with 17 points off the bench

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