Postgame stuff from the Heat ...
—Bench outscored Bulls reserves 42-26.
—Greg Oden and Roger Mason Jr. were inactive.
—Halftime lead of 21 points (54-33) was the largest against the Bulls in Miami in franchise history.
—Led by nine points from Shane Battier, the Heat outscored the Bulls, 37-18, in the second quarter, the highest scoring margin in a quarter against the Bulls since February 17, 2001.
—Miami outscored the Bulls 44-18 over the final 14:47 of the first half.
—Seven players in double-figures, led by LeBron James’ 17 points. Heat played one game last season in which leading scorer scored fewer than 20 points (April 15 at Cleveland).
—His eight assists give him 1,500 assists with the franchise (218 games). He is the fourth player in franchise history to reach 1,500 assists, joining franchise leader Dwyane Wade (4,052 assists), Tim Hardaway (2,867) and Bimbo Coles (1,961).
—It is his 496th consecutive game in which he has scored in double-figures, the longest active streak in the NBA and it extends his franchise record to 218 straight games. Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant has the second longest active streak (324 games).
—Blocked a Derrick Rose shot in the fourth quarter, the 668th blocked shot of his career (666 career games). He is just seven blocked shots shy of tying Dennis Johnson (675 blocked shots) for the most blocked shots in NBA history by a player 6-4 or shorter.
—569th career game together for Wade and Udonis Haslem, the most by any pair of teammates in franchise history.
—Looked pretty good for an 18-year veteran.
—Set his Heat-high with seven assists, (six coming in first half) when his total matched the Bulls total.
—Three three-pointers extended NBA record to 2,860 career three-pointers.
—Was 4 of 4 from three-point range.
—Scored off the dribble.
—Scored a opening night-high 14 points, eclipsing his previous high of 11 points, done twice with the Houston Rockets in 2006 and 2007.
—Set an opening game record with five steals, (all in the first half). He shared the record (four, December 25, 2011 at Dallas) with Marcus Banks (four, October 29, 2008 at New York).
—Made one three-point field goal and has 497 made threes in his career. He will become the fourth player in franchise history to reach 500 made threes, joining franchise leader Tim Hardaway (806 made), Eddie Jones (712 made) and Glen Rice (708).
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