No need for Dwyane Wade drama this time. Not with Wayne Ellington back.
After the Miami Heat's previous two games against the Philadelphia 76ers came down to last-seconds Wade shots -- a miss in a loss in Philadelphia, a make last week in a victory at AmericanAirlines Arena -- the Heat this time bypassed the drama in favor of a 108-99 victory Thursday night over the visiting 76ers.
"We go on a run, they go on a run," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said, "it's been this way for four games."
Back after missing the previous four games with a bruised left quadriceps, Ellington converted a pair of late 3-pointers to help the Heat move within one game of the...