LeBron James leads the Miami Heat to a 103-82 comeback victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves in Saturday's NBA encounter.
LeBron James recorded 21 points for his side as the Miami Heat recovered to beat the Minnesota Timberwolves with a 103-82 victory at the Target Centre on Saturday evening.
Heat, who have now extended their record to 15-5 for the season, were down 27-26 early in the second quarter, but impressive responses from James, Dwayne Wade and Kevin Martin saw the visitors home.
James had shown great energy early on, but committed too many fouls and was not seen again until the second quarter.
However, he returned with a fine display at both ends of the court as he notched up an impressive points total, while also contributing 14 rebounds and eight assists for the Heat.
The victors will now be looking to take their impressive weekend form into Sunday's clash with Detroit Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
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