There are still these nights, though far less frequently now, when Dwyane Wade grabs the scoring reigns for the Heat, as he did routinely in the pre-LeBron James era.

Saturday at Wachovia Center was one of those nights, and Wade’s 33-point masterpiece was all the more captivating because it was accompanied by playmaking brilliance from James, who crafted his third triple-double of the season and delivered passes, both routine and remarkable, that his teammates often parlayed into baskets.

With Wade shooting 14 for 18 from the field — and James filling the box score with 16 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists — the Heat methodically dismantled Philadelphia 114-90 to push its season-high winning streak to 10.

“A professional win,” coach Erik Spoelstra called it.

In sweeping its three-game road trip, the Heat extended the second-longest streak of the Big 3 era. It’s two short of Miami’s 12-game run during the 2010-11 season.

Wade scored 17 in the first half and 16 in the second, falling two short of his season-high scoring output. He was pure on his jumper, shooting 9 for 12 on two-point attempts outside the paint, and efficient in the basket area, converting all five of his shots in the paint.