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Heat Take Care of Cavaliers, 92-85

Christian Petersen/Getty Images(MIAMI) -- It wasn't what Miami fans wanted to see from LeBron James against his former team on Tuesday night, but they'll take the win.

The Cavaliers found a way to shut down their former All-Star on Tuesday by limiting James to only 18 points.  It was Chris Bosh who led the way for Miami with 35 points, including 17 in the fourth quarter to put Miami past Cleveland, 92-85.

"Whenever I play and I don't hesitate, good things happen," Bosh said.

Dwyane Wade remained on the sidelines with sprained right ankle.  The Heat are now 7-1 this season without Wade in the lineup.

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