Here's all you needed to know about the Heat's 113-92 victory against the Sixers on Saturday: LeBron and Bosh combined to score eight more points than the Sixers' entire starting five.
Stats and stuff:
--LeBron had 28 points and Bosh had 30.
--The Heat is 6-0 without Dwyane Wade. Is anyone out there surprised more than me about this development?
--I'll go ahead and predict another Eastern Conference Player of the Week Award for LeBron. In his last two games he has averaged 29.5 points, 8.5 rebounds, 6.5 assists, four steals and three blocks.
--Of course, the same could be said for Bosh. Saturday was Bosh's second 30-point game in his last three games.
--Mario Chalmers quietly had an incredible game. He was all over the place defensively, clogging passing lanes and causing problems for the Sixers' guards. He had 11 points and eight assists.
--Joel Anthony played 31 minutes and scored nine points to go along with nine rebounds and three blocks. Warden!
--The Heat was 7 of 16 from three-point range.
--Mike Miller was 1 of 2 from three-point range, meaning he's 8 of 10 from three-point since his return three games ago!
--The Heat outscored the Sixers 32-23 in the fourth quarter. LeBron had 12 pts in the span of four minutes and 16 seconds to close out the game. He was 5 of 7 from the field and 2 of 2 from the free-throw line in the quarter.
--The Heat out-rebounded the Sixers 13-7 in the fourth quarter and 52-31 on the game.
--The Heat throwback uniforms honoring the 71-72 Floridians were hideous but I loved them.