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The elementary-school kids emulating that batch of "next Jordans" now are in their 20s, filling up NBA rosters. Debates of Bryant, Carter (now with the Memphis Grizzlies) and McGrady (retired but discussing a comeback) now are tinged with nostalgia. "For sure, there's no question; he definitely won that debate," said Lakers shooting guard Wayne Ellington, 27. "I grew up really watching Kobe a lot. ... I've always just loved his game, ever since him coming out of high school. I watched him close." Wade insists Jordan will forever be the measuring stick for shooting guards. But he also acknowledges his sons (the oldest is 12) know Jordan "probably more so because of his sneakers," he said. USA Today Sports

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Dwyane Wade: Great win tonite fellas.. I'm proud of the way @mchalmers15 has played this season and especially since I've been out. #MIP #HeatNation. Mario Chalmers: @DwyaneWade thanks big bro. I'm holding it down till u get back. Twitter @mchalmers15

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The Heat held Dwyane Wade and Luol Deng out of full-contact practice this morning, making them questionable at best for Thursday’s home game against the Clippers. It seems unlikely they will play prior to going through a full practice. Wade has been out three games with a strained left hamstring and began doing shooting drills Monday. Deng sprained his right wrist Sunday and has had pain when shooting the ball. Palm Beach Post

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Bosh delivered the dagger — a 3-pointer 1:23 from the end that brought that 11-point lead. He credited Chalmers, who credited coach Erik Spoelstra, who credited everybody — including three rookies (James Ennis, Shabazz Napier and Andre Dawkins) who played together. Miami, on the tail end of a back-to-back, was without Dwyane Wade (hamstring), Luol Deng (wrist) and Josh McRoberts (foot). “We’re going to put the ball in [Chalmers’] hands sometimes, especially late in the game and especially with guys out. We were relying on him a bit and he came through,” said Bosh, who had a key offensive rebound that led to his own jumper, Chalmers assisting, to ignite the key 9-2 streak. New York Post

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