Miami Heat vs. Charlotte Bobcats: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Miami

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Miami Heat vs. Charlotte Bobcats: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Miami
Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

Playing without three of their main guys, the supporting cast of the Miami Heat was enough to topple the Charlotte Bobcats, 89-79.

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Ray Allen all had the evening off to nurse some minor injuries, leaving Chris Bosh and Mike Miller to pick up the slack.

Miller used seven threes to post 26 points, while Bosh netted 18 to go along with eight rebounds and six assists. Even without the other members of Miami's Big Three, Bosh was able to put together a familiar all-around performance.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist put together an impressive double-double of 18 points and 14 rebounds, but the depleted Heat were still too much.

After clinching the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference, the Heat have little to play for. However, there was still a lot to learn from the role players stepping up to pull in another win.

This victory pushed the Heat to 59-16, one away from the 60-win milestone. The Bobcats move to within two losses of 60, at 18-58 on the year.

Let's hit the Bleacher Report classroom to see how the Heat's secondary players graded out.

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