LeBron James' time off appears to have done the trick. After sitting for three games, he returend to work on Saturday and reported no soreness in his right hamstring. Earlier in the week, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said James was experiencing "tightness" in his leg.
Spoelstra limited James' minutes to about 31 in the Heat's victory against the Sixers but James still managed to pour in 27 points.
“The last fast-break dunk I had I even tried to push my hamstring even more to see where I was, just try to stretch out, and it reacted well, so that’s a good thing,” James said.