LeBron James and the Miami Heat jumped out to a huge first half lead, at one point holding a 29 point advantage as James registered a triple double pace on top of 20 points at the main interval.
Coming off a two game skid, the Heat came out of the blocks hot and looked to bury their improving opponents by half time. It looked as if they had.
Miami fell asleep after the break, allowing the 76ers to embark on a big run on the back of their emerging star Evan Turner, who finished with 13, all of which came in the second half.
LeBron James recorded another impressive 29 points, 8 assists, 7 rebounds game, and made all the plays late in the game for Miami.
Again the Heat were obliterated on the boards, being out rebounded by double digits for the third consecutive game.