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Heat's Message: Nothing's Changed

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Playoffs in December? The holiday monochromatic uniforms said otherwise.

   The early technical fouls on LeBron James and Kevin Durant, though, spoke volumes.

   As did Shane Battier's fourth-quarter chase-down foul on Russell Westbrook and Read Full Article »

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