MILWAUKEE -- Chris Bosh scored 14 points, LeBron James had 13, and the short-handed Miami Heat wrapped up their three-game trip through the Midwest with an 88-67 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. Basket Nike Pas Cher Chine . James Jones added 10 for Miami in place of star guard Dwyane Wade, sidelined a second straight game with a sore hamstring. The Heat also played without Ray Allen and Mario Chalmers. It didnt matter against the team with the NBAs worst record. Milwaukee tried to match Miamis energy, but couldnt keep with the more talented opponent -- even one without two All-Stars. Defence keyed Miamis win. The Heat led 46-29 at halftime and held the Bucks to a season low for points in a half and in a game. John Henson had 12 points and 10 rebounds for Milwaukee. On paper, this was a mismatch from the opening tip -- the two-time defending NBA champions against a young, undermanned squad that fell to 14-59 on the season. But the Heat at times played a bit disheveled, perhaps a little worn from their third straight road game and fourth in five contests. James extended his consecutive-game streak of double-digit scoring to 564, the fourth-longest run in NBA history. But James only got to 10 with about 5:16 left in the third quarter on a 3. Fresh off recording a triple-double in a 110-78 blowout win Friday night in Detroit, James had nearly as many turnovers (three) as points (four) in the first half. His two early buckets, though, came off open dunks that thrilled the crowd, a few of whom were wearing James jerseys. Miami opened the game 3-of-14 from the field. The shooting improved, and the Heat clamped down on the other end and held the Bucks to 12-of-39 shooting (30 per cent) in the first half, and 34 per cent for the game. The Heat held an opponent under 40 per cent shooting for the fourth straight game, and ended their road trip with two straight wins after losing Wednesday in Indiana. Just like Friday night, James spent the fourth quarter on the bench with a victory well in hand. The only drama in the second half when James would get to double digits in scoring. A dunk with 6 minutes left in the third gave Milwaukee a 54-38 lead. Khris Middleton missed a jumper, and James corralled the rebound before spotting up at the wing for his 3 to get to double figures. Zaza Pachulia and Udonis Haslem exchanged buckets before Pachulia missed a jumper with about 4 minutes left. James got the rebound and then threw a long outlet pass to streaking Haslem down court for a layup. James clapped, slapped his right hand on his thigh and waited down court on defence. His night was just about over. Ramon Sessions had a game-high 15 points for Milwaukee, while Toney Douglas and Rashard Lewis each added 13 for the Heat. Bothered by a sore hamstring, Wade watched in a grey suit and white sneakers in returning to the arena in which he played college ball at Marquette. NOTES: Allen, sidelined with a stomach virus, played in Milwaukee from 1996 through part of the 2002-03 season. He holds the franchise record for most 3-point field goals in a game at home with 10. ... Chalmers missed the game with a bruised quad, and Greg Oden was also sidelined by back spasms.... The Bucks have yet to win consecutive games all season. They were coming off a 108-105 win Thursday over the Lakers. Basket Yeezy 700 Pas Cher . -- LaMarcus Aldridge returned to the Trail Blazers lineup, happy to know that things didnt go awry without him. Yeezy 350 France . "After consultation with the Team USA medical staff and officials, it was determined that he should return to Winnipeg as a precaution due to his previous injury history," Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff said Wednesday in a statement. http://www.pascherbasketnike.fr/france-air-max-90-solde.html . -- Terry Francona likened the atmosphere at Kauffman Stadium on Tuesday to a playoff game in October. OAKLAND, Calif. -- Bartolo Colon is getting back into the groove that made him the Athletics most dominant pitcher early in the season. Hes even got a new spot in the major league record books to prove it. Colon allowed one run and five hits over six innings to win for the first time in more than a month, and the Oakland Athletics beat the Houston Astros 7-2 on Sunday. In beating Houston for the fourth time this season, the 40-year-old Colon became the first pitcher in AL history to win 15 games for four teams. He did it previously with the Indians, White Sox and Angels. "I thought I had a great outing today," said Colon, who struck out seven and walked one. "The only problem that I had was the first two guys. I was more concentrated right after that happened." Colon (15-6) gave up a single to leadoff hitter Jonathan Villar and a run-scoring double to Jose Altuve before settling in. Its the first time in five starts Colon has gone at least six innings. He was the Athletics most consistent pitcher through the first half of the season until tiring over the past month. "After the first two hitters, it looked like that got his attention in a hurry," Oakland manager Bob Melvin said. "Good movement, good location. A lot of good things came out of Bartolos outing for us today." Colon had not won since July 26, though the five-game winless streak was deceiving. He has allowed just one earned run in each of his last three starts, lowering his ERA to 2.85. "I feel like I have more power than the last (few) outings," Colon said. Brett Anderson pitched the final three innings for Oakland for his third save. The As won the final three games of the series after dropping the opener, and finished 8--2 on the homestand. Vans Old Skool France. Seth Smith homered during a seven-run third inning, Brandon Moss had three hits and drove in two runs while Yoenis Cespedes added two hits and an RBI for the AL West-leading As. Smith hit his eighth home run of the season to cap the third when the As did all of their scoring. The towering three-run shot to right field came off Astros emergency starter Lucas Harrell (6-16). Harrell had been working out of the bullpen until he was pressed into duty when scheduled starter Paul Clemens was scratched about an hour before the game because of a blister on his right hand. "When you pitch out of the bullpen, the one good thing about that is you come to the ballpark every day believing that youre going to pitch," Astros manager Bo Porter said. "I dont think the short notice had anything to do with his performance." Porter was ejected for the second time this series when he went out to talk to pitcher Erik Bedard in the bottom of the fifth. Home plate umpire Hunter Wendelstedt went out to the mound, and at some point he and Porter exchanged words. Porter remained on the field after getting tossed and continued to argue with Wendelstedt before heading to the clubhouse. Most of the damage had been done by then. Moss hit a two-run double off Harrell in the third, Cespedes added an RBI single and Daric Barton also knocked in a run before Smiths home run made it 7-1. Houston scored its other run in the seventh when Brandon Barnes singled in L.J. Hoes. NOTES: Hoes was the only Astros player with multiple hits. ... Cespedes is hitting .406 (13 for 32) in September. ... Barnes has reached base in nine consecutive games for Houston. ... Altuve leads the majors with 15 hits this month. ' ' '