At the moment, in the moment, it was one of the best times for neither Dwyane Wade nor Erik Spoelstra.

There they were in Indiana, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, having to be separated, superstar and coach of superstars.

It was coming apart, the Heat were about to fall to a 2-1 deficit in the Eastern Conference semifinals.

And then it turned around.

The Heat won the next game.

And the one after that.

And the one after that.

Now, two rounds removed from that Eastern Conference semifinals moment of irritation, Wade said Saturday, in advance of Game 3 of the NBA Finals, that he looks back on it as just another moment of growth for both himself and his coach.

"Something was made of that blow-up in Indiana, but that shows how our relationship has grown,"