MIAMI - The Miami Heat celebrated the 25th anniversary of the franchise's first game, with an easy win on Monday night.
The Heat cruised past the Phoenix Suns 124-99.
LeBron James led all Miami scorer's with 23 points.
Dwyane Wade added 22 points and Chris Bosh scored 18.
Mario Chalmers played an impressive floor game dishing out 11 assists.
Eight different Heat players knocked down 3-pointers.
Before the game, the Heat talked about picking up their defensive intensity.
For the first time this season, Miami held an opponent to under 100 points.
The Suns also shot less than 40-percent from the field.
Miami (3-1) hosts Brooklyn on Wednesday.
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