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Wade a winner again in Miami, Bulls top Heat 98-95

For 13 years, Dwyane Wade made plenty of what the Miami Heat call "winning plays."

He made another one Thursday.

And the Heat didn't enjoy this one.

Wade turned a debated foul call into two big free throws with 13.7 seconds remaining, helping the Chicago Bulls hang on for a 98-95 win and ensuring that his return to the arena he called home for 13 seasons would be a winning one.

It was Wade's first time facing the Heat as an opponent, and afterward he seemed more than a little relieved that this was over.

"I can only imagine what he was going through today," Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said. "A lot of emotions coming back...