http://www.jsonline.com/sports/bucks/185119421.htmlBucks (15-12) vs. Miami Heat (20-7).
WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
WHERE: BMO Harris Bradley Center.
BROADCASTS: TV - FS Wisconsin. Radio - AM-620.
ABOUT THE HEAT: Former Marquette star Dwyane Wade will return to the lineup after serving a one-game suspension Friday night at Detroit. The Heat's 109-99 loss Friday ended a six-game winning streak that included a 103-97 victory in a showdown with Oklahoma City on Christmas Day in a rematch of last season's NBA Finals. LeBron James has scored 20 or more points in the first 27 games this season, the longest such streak to open a season since Boston's Kevin McHale did it in 28 straight games in the 1986-'87 season. James, Wade and Chris Bosh combined to score 70 points in the Heat's 105-92 victory at Charlotte on Wednesday. Mike Miller replaced Wade in the starting unit Friday and Ray Allen returned after missing one game with a sore right shoulder.
PROBABLE HEAT STARTERS
G Dwyane Wade, 6-3, Marquette
G Mario Chalmers, 6-2, Kansas
F LeBron James, 6-8, St. Vincent-St. Mary (Ohio)
F Udonis Haslem, 6-8, Florida
C Chris Bosh, 6-11, Georgia Tech
Coach: Erik Spoelstra (fifth season, 214-125).
Injury report: None.
PROBABLE BUCKS STARTERS
G Monta Ellis, 6-3, Lanier (Miss.)
G Brandon Jennings, 6-1, Oak Hill (Va.)
F Marquis Daniels, 6-6, Auburn
F Luc Mbah a Moute, 6-8, UCLA
C Larry Sanders, 6-11, VCU
Coach: Scott Skiles (fifth season, 161-178; 13th overall, 442-429).
Injury report : Tobias Harris (right elbow laceration) is day-to-day.
It'll be interesting to see if the Bucks can stay competitive for 4 quarters. It was a good game for over 3 quarters the first time the teams played.