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The Eastern Conference-leading Miami Heat may be without Chris Bosh, but that doesn't appear to be slowing down LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
James and Wade look to continue picking up the slack for their grieving teammate, and lead the Heat to their longest winning streak in over a year against the Utah Jazz on Friday night.
Bosh is expected to miss a second consecutive game due to a death in the family, leaving Miami (28-7) without his 18.4 points and team-leading 8.3 rebounds per game.
The Heat didn't miss a beat without their All-Star forward Thursday, opening this three-game road trip with a 107-93 win over Portland. James had 38 points with 11 boards, while Wade scored 33 and dished out 10 assists.
"We had a big piece of our team out, so I definitely had to step up my game to bring home this win," James said. "We showed up, the same team that played before the break.