LeBron James had 23 points and 10 rebounds, and the Miami Heat never trailed on the way to beating the Washington Wizards, 102-72, on Saturday night.

Bradley Beal scored 19 points and Cartier Martin added 18 for the Wizards, who beat the Heat, 105-101, in Washington on Dec. 4.

This one went much differently.

Consider: By halftime, Miami already had 50 points. Through three quarters, Washington still had only 46.

Elsewhere: In New York, Raymond Felton scored 25 points, and the Knicks overcame Kyrie Irving's career-high 41 points and the absence of Carmelo Anthony to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers, 103-102.

The Knicks improved the NBA's only unbeaten home record to 10-0. Anthony, the NBA's No. 2 scorer, missed the game after spraining his left ankle Thursday. Irving played in a face mask after breaking his jaw Friday.

In Atlanta, David Lee had 20 points and 11 rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors completed an impressive road trip with a 115-93 victory over the Hawks. The Warriors capped a 6-1 tour against Eastern Conference teams, including a win at Miami.

The Orlando Magic handed the host Charlotte Bobcats their 11th straight loss, 107-98. . . . Ricky Rubio dished out nine assists during his season debut for the Minnesota Timberwolves in their 114-106 overtime win over the visiting Dallas Mavericks. Rubio, who had not played in a game since tearing up his left knee last March, played just over 18 minutes. . . . Joakim Noah scored 12 and pulled down 10 boards as the Bulls edged the visiting Brooklyn Nets, 83-82, in Chicago. - Associated Press