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MIAMI -- Dwyane Wade saw LeBron James was on the move and unguarded, so he lobbed the ball toward the rim and waited for the predictable outcome. Vita Vea Womens Jersey . The alley-oop looked easy -- just like everything else after halftime for the Miami Heat. James scored 32 points, Wade added 22 points and eight assists, and the Heat trailed by 11 early in the second half before running away to a 107-88 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night. That alley-oop was one of the first salvos in what turned into a 59-26 run by the two-time defending champions. "Were an old team, man," Wade said. "It takes us a while sometimes to get the juices flowing. Playing against a lot of young teams, they come in loose, ready. Weve got to get our body going a little bit." Chris Andersen was 7 for 7 from the field and scored 15 points, and Chris Bosh added 12 points and nine rebounds for the Heat (27-8). Wade added eight rebounds for Miami, which got 11 points from Ray Allen. "We were able to turn the game around pretty fast," James said. Anthony Davis led the Pelicans with 22 points and 12 rebounds, most of his numbers coming in the first half. Eric Gordon scored 15 and Tyreke Evans added 13 for New Orleans (15-18). "Give them credit. They came out in the third quarter and stepped up the pressure," Pelicans coach Monty Williams said. "They made a lot of tough shots but our guys, as a whole, weve got to grow up and understand that when you have a (good) half against a team, theyre going to come out and attack and put pressure." Thats precisely what happened. The Heat shot 61 per cent in the third, outscoring the Pelicans 32-21 and with James nearly outscoring them by himself, putting up 16 in the period. And in the fourth, the Heat wasted no time taking full control. Allens 3-pointer from the same spot where he connected with 5.2 seconds left in Game 6 of the NBA Finals started a 7-0 run to start the quarter, with the margin growing steadily from there in Miamis final game before setting out to play its next six away from home. "I was encouraged by the second half," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "Thats a very talented team and in the first half we couldnt quite figure it out defensively." It was very much a tale of two halves. Davis had a double-double by halftime, 16 points and 10 rebounds in the opening two quarters -- only the second time the 2012 No. 1 pick has managed that in his career. He was dominant with seven offensive rebounds, three steals, two blocks and 7-for-11 shooting in that half, numbers that certainly wont hurt his shot at playing in the All-Star Game in New Orleans next month. And the Pelicans were giving Miami all it wanted. The Heat found themselves down by as many as nine in the first half and the Pelicans had a chance just before the break to push their advantage into double figures. Instead, two mistakes -- less than a second apart -- sent them into intermission up by only six. Evans was whistled for a discontinued dribble with 1.1 seconds remaining. Miami called a timeout to set up a play, James connected with Bosh on a 35-foot pass and Bosh got fouled while attempting a 3-pointer from the top of the key. He made all three free throws with 0.2 seconds left, and Miami got within 49-43 at the half. Mentally, that was a huge lift for the Heat. "Every possession is very key," James said. "That was a huge point right there." New Orleans scored the first five points of the third, getting the lead up to 11. Less than five minutes later, the lead was already gone, and the Heat were starting to roll. "They started making shots and the momentum switched," Davis said. "And they never looked back." NOTES: It was the 10th 30-point game of the season for James. The Heat are 9-1 when he scores that many. ... The Pelicans announced Tuesday morning that F Ryan Anderson, averaging 19.8 points, is out indefinitely with a herniated disk. He got hurt against Boston on Jan. 3. ... A fan seated courtside yawned in the fourth quarter. "You tired?" Wade asked her, causing the woman to laugh for about a minute afterward. Lavonte David Womens Jersey . Brad Malone had the other goal for the Monsters (1-1-0), while Elliott chipped in an assist for a three-point night and the games first star. Bryan Lerg also had two assists. Corban Knight and Max Reinhart scored for the Heat (1-1-0), who opened their season Friday with a 5-2 win over the Monsters in Cleveland. Jameis Winston Youth Jersey . Top-seeded Djokovic, who is making only his second appearance this year after reaching the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, was a 6-3, 6-3 winner over 54th-ranked Istomin of Uzbekistan. "It wasnt as easy as the scoreline indicates," said Djokovic, who has won in Dubai on four occasions.After flunking a test their last time out, the Minnesota Wild hope to get back on track Thursday when they visit the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre. The Senators hope to win two in a row Thursday for the first time since a season-high four-game winning streak from Oct. 11-18. Viewers in the Senators region can watch the game live on TSN5 starting at 7:30pm et. You can also listen to the game on TSN Radio 1200 in Ottawa. The Wild carried a three-game winning streak into Tuesdays home game against Pittsburgh and were handed a 4-1 loss by the Penguins, who won their fifth straight contest. Pittsburgh has allowed only four goals during that winning streak. Minnesota head coach Mike Yeo would like his team to forget about Tuesday and aim for a rebound effort tonight in Canadas capital. I think we know that it wasnt good enough, and now we turn our sights towards the next one, Yeo said after Tuesdays setback. The Wild, however, have had little success against the Senators in recent years, losing seven of the last eight meetings in this series. Minnesota did earn a win in its most recent trip to Ottawa, picking up a 4-3 regulation victory on Nov. 20 of last season. That win halted the Wilds three-game road losing streak versus the Sens. Minnesota fired 34 shots at Pittsburghs Thomas Greiss on Tuesday, but only Nino Niederreiter was able to get one past the Pens backup goaltender. Darcy Kuemper allowed three goals on 21 shots in the Wilds first home loss, as Minnesota fell to 5-1-0 at Xcel Energy Center. In addition to suffering their first home defeat, the Wild lost Zach Parise to injury on Tuesday and he wont be joining the team for their three-game road trip. Parise, who leads Minnesota with 10 points this season, suffered an upper-body injury against the Pens. Forward Matt Cooke sat out Tuesdays test and also wont be with the team tonight due to a a lower-body issuue. O. J. Howard Jersey. Ottawa halted a two-game slide with Tuesdays 3-1 home win over Detroit. The Red Wings and Senators were tied at 1-1 late in the third period, but Patrick Wiercioch tallied the go-ahead goal for Ottawa with 5:23 left in regulation and Clarke MacArthur added an empty-net tally in the final minute. Erik Karlsson finished with a power-play goal and an assist in the victory. Craig Anderson turned aside 31 shots for Ottawa. Anderson will get the start again for Ottawa this evening, the first time a Senators goaltender has gone back-to-back this season. but is just 3-7-2 with a 3.08 goals against average in 13 career games versus the Wild. Niklas Backstrom expects to start for the Wild. The Sens began a four-game homestand Tuesday and have still yet to lose in regulation on home ice this season, going 3-0-2 so far at Canadian Tire Centre. Ottawa defenseman Mark Borowiecki (upper body) missed his third straight game on Tuesday, while forward Alex Chiasson (foot) sat out after getting injured in Saturdays loss against Boston. Both players are questionable for tonight, as is defenseman Chris Phillips, who suffered a lower-body injury on Tuesday. Wild (14PTS) at Senators (14PTS) - 7:30PM Teams split two games last season, MIN winning in OTT OTT has gone 3-1-0 past 4 at home vs MIN (lost last) OTT (6-3-2): 3-0-2 at home, 3 or fewer GA in 4 of the games 11/11 on PK last 3 games Anderson 2-0-1 at home, 2.60GAA, .922sv% Stone (2G, 2A) 4 game PT streak MIN (7-4-0): 1-3-0 last 4 road games, each decided by 1G road PP 0/20 6-2-0 when scoring first outscored opponent 17-7 in 2nd pd Niederreiter (2G) has scored in back to back games Projected Senators Lines MacArthur - Turris - Ryan Michalek - Zibanejad - Chiasson Hoffman - Lazar - Stone Smith - Legwand - Neil Boroweicki - Karlsson Cowen - Ceci Weircioch - Gryba Anderson ' ' '