VIDEO: Dwyane Wade Runs Through Dwight Howard And LeBron James Runs Through Little Kids

The Miami Heat dominated the Orlando Magic on Sunday afternoon, as both Dwyane Wade and LeBron James put on yet another highlight show. On the offensive end, it was Dwyane Wade who crashed the lane and penetrated with his patented reckless abandon. One drive resulted in Wade going right through an attempted wrap-up by massive Dwight Howard and finishing the "and-one" play. On the defensive end, James raced all over the floor, helping double down on Howard and recovering to the three-point line to challenge Orlando's stable of long-range shooters. One recovery attempt resulted in James crashing into the first row and making two little kids cry.

Video of Wade's bucket against Howard and James's hustle play into the first row after the jump:

LeBron crashes into the first row of fans, prompting this Brian Windhorst tweet:

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