No Wade no problem as Miami make it 26 and counting.
Despite the absence of Dwyane Wade who sat out with a sore knee, the Miami Heat took their winning streak to 26 games after a comfortable 109-77 win over the Charlotte Bobcats.
LeBron James stepped up his game without his right hand man, and ended with 32 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds.
He was well supported by Chris Bosh and Norris Cole who finished with 15 points apiece while Ray Allen added 14 off the bench.
However, they were made to work for it early on as they again came from behind. In what is becoming a trademark of their play, the Heat fell 11 points behind in the first quarter before wiping out the deficit in ruthless fashion.
The win takes their record to 55-14 for the season, while the lowly Bobcats had Kemba Walker to thank for making it a more respectable score as he finished the game with 32 points.