With key conference competitors like Chicago, Brooklyn and New York already falling by the wayside, you can't blame the two-time defending champions for looking into new ways to entertain themselves. Their victory over the Suns marked seven straight for the Heat and that's cause for a little unorthodox celebrating.
USA Gymnastics won't be blowing up Wade's phone any time soon with a tryout offer, but you do have to admire his form. His antics succeeded in dropping James' jaw and totally disrupting the interview, so mission(s) accomplished.
"Yo, we're going to a whole 'nother stratosphere tonight with that one," James said.
James finished with a game-high 35 points (on 11-for-14 shooting), five rebounds and four assists in 33 minutes. Wade added 21 points (on 9-for-13 shooting), 12 assists and six rebounds in 33 minutes.
Channing Frye led the Suns with 16 points (on 6-for-12 shooting) and eight rebounds in a losing effort.
Miami improved to 11-3 with the win; Phoenix dropped to 7-7 with the loss.