Heat Burn 76ers; Hawks Defeat Bucks

LeBron James and the Miami Heat defeated the Sixers 114-90 for their tenth straight victory. In Milwaukee, Al Horford and the Hawks spoiled J.J. Redick's debut with the Bucks in a 103-102 win.

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ON CAM - The only real winners at the NBA trade deadline, the Milwaukee Bucks, unveiled their sharp-shooting 2-guard J.J. Reddick on Saturday night. But we begin in Philadelphia where LeBron James and the Miami Heat extended their winning streak to 10 games.

VO - LeBron James made it look easy against the reeling Sixers, helping Miami pull away for the 114-90 road victory. King James registered his seventh triple-double in a Heat uniform with 16 points, 10 rebounds and 11 dimes while Dwyane Wade netted a game-high 33 points. Coach Erik Spoelstra spoke about the win.

VO - Moving inland, J.J. Redick looked good in a Bucks uniform finishing with 16 points and seven assist off the bench. Atlanta's Josh Smith, who was rumored to be traded, recorded a double–double with 15 points and 13 boards in a back and forth game that saw 18 lead changes. But the hero of the night was Al Horford who's hook shot with 5.9 seconds remaining spoiled Redick's debut, as the Hawks edged the Bucks, 103–102.

ON CAM – Elsewhere, the Clippers picked up their first win in the second half of the season with a home triumph over the Utah Jazz. For more NBA coverage stay right here with CineSport and give us a follow on twitter, @CineSport.