After holding a slim halftime lead, the Heat were able to control the game for most of the second half, although the Knicks were able to tie the game with eight minutes to play. The Heat then went on a run to put the game away for good.
Carmello Anthony did everything in his power to try and will the Knicks to victory, scoring 42 points while shooting 14-of-27 from the field. Only one other Knick, J.R. Smith was able to reach double figures scoring.
LeBron James was able to overcome a rolled ankel to score a team-high 29 points. Dwyane Wade added 28 while Chris Bosh chimed in with 16.
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