A quiet night for Dwyane Wade on the stat sheet still produced plenty of loud moments in his first game back with the Heat.
Wade received a standing ovation when he entered the game off the bench in the first quarter and the crowd roared when he came up with a key block late in the game.
There were other moments throughout as Wade's mere presence got a rise out of Heat fans, and teammates Hassan Whiteside and Tyler Johnson led the way to a 91-85 victory against the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday that snapped a five-game losing streak and capped a celebratory night.
"It felt like a playoff game," Whiteside said. "The fans were in an uproar. It felt like a...