WASHINGTON (Ticker) -- The Washington Wizards have not figured out how to slow down Dwyane Wade and they're running out of time.

The All-Star guard looks to lead the Miami Heat to a 3-0 series lead over the Wizards when their Eastern Conference semifinal matchup moves to the MCI Center on Thursday.

Sparked by a 31-point, 15-assist, seven-rebound performance from Wade, the Heat won their franchise-record sixth straight playoff game, 108-102 over Washington on Tuesday.

In just his second season, Wade joined Hall of Famers Oscar Robertson, Walt Frazier, Jerry West and Magic Johnson as the only players to score 30 points, collect 15 assists and grab five rebounds in a postseason contest.

Eddie Jones scored 21 points, Shaquille O'Neal added 16 and Udonis Haslem 14 with 13 rebounds for Miami, which shot nearly 58 percent (38-of-66) from the floor.

Wizards center Etan Thomas suffered a strained abdominal muscle in the second quarter Tuesday and likely will sit out Game Three. With Kwame Brown suspended, Washington must rely more on Brendan Haywood and Michael Ruffin to battle against O'Neal inside.

Despite playing with tendinitis in his right knee, Antawn Jamison scored 32 points, while Gilbert Arenas added 28 and Larry Hughes 15 after he missed his first 11 shots for the Wizards.

Game Four will be here on Saturday.