Norris Cole


A lot can change 24 games into an NBA season, and when the Wizards meet the Miami Heat tonight they intend to make up for all that went wrong Oct. 29 at American Airlines Arena. 


Offensively, Monday's 107-86 blowout of the Miami Heat is as good as the Wizards have looked for four quarters all season.


In their most complete game of the season -- and yes, that includes a rout of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers -- the Wizards righted what they considered a season-opening wrong with a 107


Dwyane Wade, who had missed the last seven games because of a left hamstring injury, is back in the lineup for the Miami Heat going into Monday's game at Verizon Center (CSN, and