This could have been one of those "and-is-better" Ford commercials. Because "and" has always been better for the Miami Heat when it comes to LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. So while Wade was doing his thing during Monday night's 107-92 victory over the Phoenix Suns at AmericanAirlines Arena, James was thriving, as well. It added up to the Heat's seventh consecutive victory. There was a time, early in their Heat Big Three alliance, when it tended to be one or the other with the Heat perimeter stars. But Monday, there were both collaborations (a first-quarter Wade-to-James alley-oop) and can-you-top-this moments (James with a nasty transition dunk moments after a Wade 3-pointer in the third quarter). "Nights when you can be aggressive at the same time . . . it's special," Wade said. " With center Chris Bosh off with his shot and dealing with foul trouble, there was plenty of canvas for James and Wade to share. James closed with 35 points on remarkably efficient 11-of-14 shooting from the field and 11 of 11 from the line, Wade added 21 points on 9-of-13 shooting, adding 12 assists, one shy of the high by a Heat player this season. Efficient. Effective. Times two.