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Milwaukee Bucks charred by Miami Heat, 118-95

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MIAMI (WITI) — Miami Heat forward Lebron James called out his teammates for their poor defensive play, but it was his offense that led the Miami Heat to a 118-95 victory against the Milwaukee Bucks Tuesday at AmericanAirlines Arena.

James scored a game-high 33 points on 13-for-21 shooting to help the Heat (5-3) rebound from their last loss.

The Heat won by 23 despite guard Dwyane Wade taking just seven points. Wade finished with eight points, eight rebounds and five assists.

Milwaukee was led by reserves John Henson and Gary Neal, who each scored 18 points.

Thanks to Zachary Paul for NBA.com

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