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Wade exits with hamstring injury in Heat's 109-102 loss to Bucks

MIAMI -- The only consistency this season for the Miami Heat has been the injuries. Instead of a three-game winning streak, the focus again has reverted to the training room. This time, it was guard Dwyane Wade lost for most of the second half with a strained right hamstring in the Heat's 109-102 loss Tuesday night to the Milwaukee Bucks at AmericanAirlines Arena. That was after the Heat went into the game without starting small forward Luol Deng and center Chris Andersen. It was a rollercoaster night for the Heat, falling behind in the first half by 10, going up 10 in the third quarter by 10, and then simply lacking enough to sustain, with Deng on the bench in a sports coat, Andersen...

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