Miami Heat

January 17, 2016 11:13 PM

Oklahoma City Thunder rolls past Miami Heat

Dwyane Wade scores 22 but loses on his birthday for the second time

The Heat's turnovers, and Chris Bosh's poor shooting, were too much to overcome

Miami closes the road trip 2-4, and is now on a 46-win pace

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