CHICAGO (AP) -Shawn Marion's dunk with 1.1 seconds left gave the Miami Heat a 95-93 win over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night.
Dwyane Wade, selected as a starter for the Eastern Conference in the NBA All-Star game this weekend in Phoenix, scored 24 points. Wade scored eight points in the fourth quarter and found Marion for the decisive dunk.
Reserve Michael Beasley finished with 21 points for the Heat, who came in as a loser of five out of the last seven games.
Ben Gordon finished with 34 points for Chicago.

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