Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh played a combined 40 seconds in the fourth quarter, as the Miami Heat rallied to cut a 19-point deficit to two with a lineup consisting of LeBron James, Mario Chalmers and three reserves. The comeback bid ultimately fell short, though.
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An unusual Miami lineup that did not feature Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh nearly made up a 19-point fourth-quarter deficit, but LeBron James' 32 points on 19 shots did not overcome the Jazz's stellar play through three quarters.
The Miami Heat's 128-point performance Saturday night against the Sacramento Kings stands as the team's highest offensive efficiency night in franchise history. The Heat will look to build off that performance and improve to 2-2 on its current six-game road trip tonight against the Utah Jazz.