The Utah Jazz were competitive for most of this game, but the Miami Heat were just too overwhelming, pulling away by scoring the first eight points of the second half.
Without Chris Bosh, the NBA's best trio was down to two, but Dwyane Wade and LeBron James more than picked up the slack. James posted 30 points, nine rebounds and seven assists, while Wade added 21 points and seven dimes.
What killed the Jazz tonight were some poor shooting performances from their starters. The only starter to hit more than three field goals for the Jazz tonight was Marvin Williams, who went for 16 points tonight. Otherwise, the Jazz starters were just 27.5 percent from the field.
In contrast, the Heat's dynamic duo was the model of efficiency tonight, shooting a combined 55.9 percent from the field against the Jazz.
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Player of the Game—LeBron James, SF Miami Heat
No surprises here. LeBron posted another stellar stat-line and dominated defensively as well.
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