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Byline: Ira Winderman
MIAMI _ Dwyane Wade was tired of working overtime.
So the Heat guard made the fourth quarter his time in Saturday's 101-98 victory over the Orlando Magic at AmericanAirlines Arena.
With his team coming off consecutive overtime losses in Chicago and Indiana, Wade stepped up late to help the Heat avert its first three-game losing streak of the season and avoid its first-ever run of three consecutive overtime games.
"I tried to make the most of the time I was in there," he said after being limited to 33 minutes by foul trouble. "Every time I got the chance, I tried to be aggressive."
Forced to the bench with a …