The Miami Heat (18-6) rode a huge second half on the way to a 117-94 victory over the visiting Utah Jazz (6-21).
After falling behind 50-47 at halftime, Miami cranked up the intensity for the final two quarters of the game. In the third and fourth, the Heat outscored the Jazz 70-44.
All three components of the "Big Three" were excellent, particularly LeBron James who scored 30 points, grabbed nine rebounds and dished nine assists.
Dwyane Wade had 27 and Bosh added 20.
The Jazz were led by Alec Burks off the bench. He posted a career-high 31 points and tied another career-high with seven assists.
Enes Kanter had 14 points and eight rebounds and Derrick Favors went for 17 and seven.
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