Dwyane Wade scored 25 points in only 28 minutes, Jermaine O'Neal added 19 points and the Miami Heat enjoyed their largest victory margin this season by topping the Indiana Pacers, 114-80, last night.

The Heat started 8-for-8 from the field for a 17-3 lead and never looked back, building a 66-44 advantage that was its largest at halftime since January 2007.

Troy Murphy scored 16 for Indiana, which dropped its sixth straight. It could have been much worse for the Pacers if they hadn't outscored Miami 14-0 during one first-half stretch.

The dominance was thorough. Miami shot 49 percent to Indiana's 31 percent, held a 55-40 rebounding edge and outscored the Pacers 54-24 in the paint.

"We talked about our habits and being an every-possession team," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "Regardless of whether the ball's going in or not, you have to compete and get after it on the other end."

Pacers rookie Tyler Hansbrough scored 10 points on 0-for-5 shooting, becoming the first NBA player since Andre Miller on Nov. 28, 2005, to have a double-double without a field goal, according to STATS LLC. Hansbrough was 10-for-10 from the foul line and added 10 rebounds.

"It's odd," Hansbrough said. "But it's a double-double."

In other games:

* At New York, Tony Parker scored 22 points, Manu Ginobili added 17, and the San Antonio Spurs took a 95-88 victory over the Knicks.

* At Cleveland, LeBron James scored 29 points, Mo Williams added 20 and the Cavaliers beat the Houston Rockets, 108-83.

* At Toronto, Chris Bosh had 25 points and 16 rebounds as the Raptors beat Detroit, 102-95. It marks the first time Toronto has won three games over the Pistons in one season.

* At Denver, league scoring leader Carmelo Anthony scored just 16 points before fouling out and the Dallas Mavericks topped the Nuggets, 104-96, behind Drew Gooden's 19 points and 10 rebounds.

* At Los Angeles, Baron Davis' 22-foot shot with 0.2 seconds left gave the Clippers a 92-90 win over the Boston Celtics.