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News » MIAMI AT DENVER 8:30 p.m. tonight, TNT, KCKK 1510 AM

MIAMI AT DENVER 8:30 p.m. tonight, TNT, KCKK 1510 AM

MIAMI AT DENVER 8:30 p.m. tonight, TNT, KCKK 1510 AM Spotlight on Dwyane Wade: Tonight will be Denverites' lone chance to see the all-star in the regular season, and according to Nuggets coach George Karl: ``I think his making-other-guys-better is the best I've seen with him. ? He play-makes, he makes good reads on when to be a 40-point scorer or when to be a 10-assist guy.'' In Miami's most recent game, Wade was the latter, tallying 12 assists Tuesday night in an impressive victory at Portland. NOTEBOOK

Nuggets : No player is expected to miss tonight's game with an injury. ? Denver guard Chauncey Billups is seventh in the NBA with an .892 free-throw percentage, thanks in part to his 11-for-11 effort Tuesday against Golden State. ? Center Nene is coming off his second straight double-double (18 points and 12 rebounds) and has six in Denver's 18 games. ? After tonight, the Nuggets hit the road for a four-game trip (San Antonio, Philadelphia, Charlotte and Detroit), then return home for a game Dec. 12 against Phoenix.

Heat: In Miami's 96-88 win against Denver on Nov. 6, the smothering Heat defense held Denver to just 10 assists while forcing 19 turnovers. In that game, Denver didn't have the suspended J.R. Smith, and Kenyon Martin suffered an injury. ? Forward Jermaine O'Neal is shooting a team-best 56.1 percent from the field and averaging 14.5 points and 8.2 rebounds. "He's having the best year he's had in four of five years," Nuggets coach George Karl said. ? Miami has three wins by one point.

Benjamin Hochman, The Denver Post

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