Superstitious LeBron falters as NY Nets beat Miami Heat

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If a game isn't going his way, LeBron James will change it up.

If the mask isn't helping him win he'll change it, or discard it altogether.

The same is apparently true of his shoes. If he isn't playing too well, he'll make a change and get back into his stride.

Despite changing from white to red sneakers during the second quarter, this did not help LeBron or the Heat.

In a frustrating night in Miami, a resurgent Brooklyn got the best of the Heat by beating them by one point 96-95.

In what was a fairly close game all the way through, the Nets took it to a Miami team high on a win earlier in the week. 

Previously the Heat had been on a three game losing streak and they will hope this isn't the start of another.

They didn't bring much to the court and hardly had a rebound in the first quarter. But much must be said of the Nets closed and concise play which really stopped Greg Oden getting in the game.

LeBron James also couldn't get in to it that much failing to hit any stride in a frustrating night.

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