The Miami Heat put away the Chicago Bulls picking up their sixth-straight victory with a 105-93 victory on Sunday afternoon. Both Dwyane Wade and LeBron James scored over 20 points and the Heat's offense rolled while the Bulls' offense sputtered.
The Bulls shot only 35 percent from the field. Carlos Boozer pulled down a game-high 20 rebounds while also scoring 16 points. Luol Deng led Chicago in scoring with 19 points. The Bulls had six players in double figures overall.
Chris Anderson had a solid game off of the bench for Miami, shooting 7-for-11 for 15 points and grabbing seven rebounds. James made seven of his 11 field goals while also picking up six assists and seven rebounds. Wade and James combined for 17-of-26 from the charity stripe.
With the loss, Chicago's pursuit of moving up to the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference, lining them up with a first round match up against the Indiana Pacers. The Heat are already locked into the first seed and continue to build momentum, picking up wins to close the season out while their starting lineup get's back into rhythm after each of their Big Three players have missed multiple games since their 27-game winning streak was snapped by Chicago.