Upset that he clocked in at two boards shy of a triple-double last time out, James certainly made up for it on Monday. James was a vacuum underneath, taking advantage of his matchup against Michael Beasley and devouring every loose ball near the rim. Suns fans: Don't watch James' dunk on Marcin Gortat if you plan on getting a good night's sleep.
Remember when Wade bizarrely boycotted 3-pointers early last season? Not this time around. It took 22 games for Wade to hit his first trifecta in 2011-12, but only four in this brand-new season. Wade carried the Heat's offense early and didn't let off the pedal until late. Shannon Brown may never take another layup after what Wade did to his shot attempt in the first half.
The Suns had absolutely no interest in stopping the pick-and-roll on Monday and Bosh knew it from the get-go. Bosh piled up his points on easy buckets inside and out after setting his screen on the ball handler. He pretty much disappeared after halftime, but the damage was already done. With 18 points in just 25 minutes, Bosh continues his hyperefficient play to start the season.
Left corner 3s on a loop. Accounting for the added value of a 3-pointer, no one is more automatic from anywhere on the floor than Ray Allen firing from the left corner. And yet, teams still can't seem to stop it. Allen filled the stat sheet on Monday and anchored the team's second unit once again. Yes, it appears he's fitting in nicely.
When the Heat have it going like they did on Monday, I'm not sure anyone can beat them. There's not much more the Suns could do in this one but watch the Heat rain from downtown -- and watch they did. Marcin Gortat and Goran Dragic showed promise of their bright future together, but this one was over quickly.