The Miami Heat jumped out quick in this one, scoring on a dump-down to Chris Bosh in the first 15 seconds of the game. The Suns never got closer than they were at that point, ultimately falling, 124-99.
It was Miami's highest-scoring game of the season, which is definitely saying something now that they've topped the 115-point mark three times in four games.
The Heat have put their stamp on this season so far by proving they don't care about individual statistics, and this was a game that drove that home. LeBron James finished his second game in four with just one assist, meaning Mario Chalmers was able to drop his second 11-assist game of the season.
There's a lot of camaraderie forming around these guys, and it seems like it's going to take a hell of a lot to beat them in a seven-game series.
Now that I've jumped to those conclusions after just four games, let's take a serious look at the game that just happened and figure out what role each part of this Miami team played in this win over the Suns.