Preseason: Wade scores 21, Heat beat Pistons
MIAMI (AP) -- Dwyane Wade's surgically repaired left knee looks to be just fine.
Combined, the Wade-Bosh-James trio shot 19 for 31 from the floor, with 14 assists, 13 rebounds and five steals - all getting the fourth quarter off after Miami built a 95-60 lead.
NEW YORK (AP) -- That beautiful new Brooklyn arena and those slick black uniforms are getting the Nets plenty of attention.
The Boston Celtics sure noticed, and they delivered a reminder that the road to the Atlantic Division title doesn't run through Atlantic Avenue just yet.
Paul Pierce scored 18 points despite briefly leaving with an ankle injury, and the Celtics spoiled the Nets' return to national TV with an exhibition victory.
Courtney Lee also had 18 for the Celtics and Jason Terry made all five of his 3-point attempts for 15 points. The Nets rallied to pull that one out even while resting their starters, but they fell too far behind in this one for a comeback.
The game was televised by TNT, the Nets' first national TV appearance since a March 30, 2011, game at the Knicks. But while the Nets' $1 billion new arena and upgraded roster are earning them plenty of recognition, their game doesn't look quite ready for prime time, yet.
Rondo had 14 points and nine assists, and Garnett finished with 14 points for the Celtics, who had been 0-3 against NBA teams. Their only preseason victory before Thursday was during their two-game European trip.
LA CROSSE, Wis. (AP) -- Michael Conley made two free throws with three seconds remaining and Beno Udrih missed a 3-pointer as time expired to give the Memphis Grizzlies a victory over the Milwaukee Bucks.
Conley had nine points in the final 5:06 to hold off the Bucks, who trailed by as many as six points in the fourth quarter.
Jennings forced a steal late in the game and then set up Mike Dunleavy for a layup to pull the Bucks within one point with four seconds to go.
Jennings also hit 5 of 6 on 3-pointers for the Bucks, who shot 52.4 percent from beyond the arc.
Following a 40-40 halftime tie, the Hornets missed their first 13 shots from the field in the third quarter. The Hawks outscored the Hornets 26-7 in the quarter.
Teague left the game with a left ankle injury in the third period. Hawks rookie John Jenkins was held out with a bruised left hand.
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