(MIAMI) — Dwayne Wade scored 22 points and LeBron James was two assists away from a triple-double, as the Miami Heat throttled the Brooklyn Nets (1-2), 103-73.
The Heat improved it’s record at home to 4-0, its best start in franchise history.
“We just want to control our own destiny,” James said to Sun Sports when asked about their perfect start. “We want to come here in front of our home fans and play Miami Heat defense…Miami Heat basketball. Through the first couple games we’ve been able to establish that.”
The Heat (4-1) scored 31 points off 19 Nets turnovers.
Rashard Lewis came off the bench for the Heat and scored 13 points.
Deron Williams had 7 turnovers and 14 points in the loss.
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Jill Martin, CNN