Kyle Lowry returned to game action with the Miami Heat for the first time since Feb. 2nd and came off the bench. Lowry last played as a reserve in 2013, breaking a streak of 677 games starting.

Lowry wanted to simply help as he can after missing 15 games.

"At this point right now, no," Lowry said when asked if he cared about still starting. "I know in my heart I'm a starter, but right now we have to figure out things. And me and [Heat coach Erik Spoelstra] talked. He wants to make sure I'm healthy enough to not have a setback and have to change the lineup again and have to change the rotation again."

Spoelstra and the Heat players were pleased by what they saw from Lowry.

"He came back, and he looked great to me," Butler said. "Right back in rhythm. But we got to win. With him out there, without him out there, we're expected to win. We're in the fight for our life right now. Glad to have my guy back. I think we all know that. I think everybody is. Now we just got to get him back and win."