D-Wade also features in first back-to-back effort of the season.
There were seven games on the NBA schedule on Sunday night, with LeBron James starring for the Miami Heat in their win over the Toronto Raptors.
Despite beginning the fourth quarter behind their opponents, Miami ground out a win with 30 points from James, while Michael Beasley added 17 points off the bench.
“We stayed with it mentally,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra told reporters after the game. “We were into the grind and staying the course and had to continue to make plays.”
Spoelstra also received a boost as Dwyane Wade featured in his first back-to-back games of the season, showing no sign of problems as he scored 14 points in 35 minutes.
The Heat have always been able to find a way to win, and although they would arguably prefer to be leading as they head into the fourth quarter of games, they are now 7-6 when they trail.
DeMar DeRozan had a team-high 26 points as well as 7 assists for the visitors, but despite some impressive performances recently the Raptors were unable to avoid slipping to 16-16 for the season.
Meanwhile, the Golden State Warriors won their ninth consecutive game after defeating the Washington Wizards, with Klay Thompson scoring 26 points.
For all their highlight-reel moments during this season so far, Andrew Bogut added another to the collection after slamming home from an unintentional alley-oop from Stephen Curry.
The last time Golden State won 10 games in a row it was December 1975, and now that they have moved their current road trip record to 5-0 with two to play, they will be full of confidence moving forward.
In a battle between perhaps two of the most exciting back-courts in the league, John Wall and Curry both had 14 points and 10 assists on the night.
Elsewhere, the Oklahoma City Thunder were able to stop the slide at home with a comfortable win over the Boston Celtics.
Since losing Russell Westbrook to injury, the Thunder had begun to struggle at home, but with Reggie Jackson scoring a career-high 27 points and Kevin Durant adding 21 they were able to get back to winning ways.
The win improves OKC to 27-7 for the season which keeps them at the top of the Western Conference, while the Indiana Pacers maintained their place at the top of the East with a win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Memphis Grizzlies 112-84 Detroit Pistons
Indiana Pacers 82-78 Cleveland Cavaliers
Toronto Raptors 97-102 Miami Heat
Golden State Warriors 112-96 Washington Wizards
Boston Celtics 96-119 Oklahoma City Thunder
New York Knicks 92-80 Dallas Mavericks
Denver Nuggets 137-115 Los Angeles Lakers