With LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Udonis Haslem all sitting, the Miami Heat managed to top the Washington Wizards, 103-98, Wednesday night, giving them a franchise-best 62 wins on the season.
Ray Allen led the way with 23 points and the Heat used a 34-point fourth quarter to put the Wizards away. Miami hit 17 three-pointers—a night after Washington gave up 20 trifectas to the New York Knicks—and also outrebounded the Wizards 47-34.
A.J. Price led Washington with 23 of his own off the bench and tied a career high with five threes.
The Heat have now also clinched homecourt advantage throughout the playoffs.