The Miami Heat already were having a rough road trip. Now they may have a feud between their stars and their coach.
Dwyane Wade sat out the entire fourth quarter Monday and Chris Bosh played just 40 seconds of it as the Heat stumbled to their third loss in four games, 104-97 to the Jazz.
Wade, who finished with 11 points on 5-of-11 shooting, had no explanation for why he did not get off the bench in the fourth quarter.
''I don't know,'' Wade said. ''I just always stay ready.''
LeBron James, who needed 50 points to become the youngest player to reach 20,000 for his career, scored 32, but the Jazz held on after nearly blowing a 21-point lead.
''We're trying to learn how to push a lead from 20 to 30 and close teams out, but we haven't been able to do that for whatever reason,'' said Jazz guard Gordon Hayward, who finished with 22 points on 8-of-13 shooting. ''We need to be able to keep our foot on the gas and not be hesitant.''
Bosh added 16 points for Miami and reserve Rashard L...