MIAMI — Justise Winslow had 24 points and 11 rebounds, Bam Adebayo made all eight shots and scored 18 points, and the Miami Heat beat the Cavaliers 118-94 on Friday night.
Josh Richardson added 16 points and Rodney McGruder chipped in 13 as seven players scored in double figures for the Heat, who have won six of seven.
Jordan Clarkson had 18 points for the Cavs, who have lost five in a row.
It was the 15th consecutive home win for the Heat over the Cavs. The Cavs' last win in Miami was Jan. 25, 2010 — a game in which LeBron James and Shaquille O'Neal both started for the Cavs. The last time the Cavs won in Miami without LeBron James was Dec. 21, 2001.
Winslow, who recently made the move to be the team's starting point guard with Goran Dragic sidelined with an injury, added seven assists.
Winslow has scored at least 20 points in three consecutive games. He also had a three-game stretch earlier this month where he scored at least 20.
The Cavs shot 58 percent (11-of-19) in the first quarter but just 32 percent (20-of-62) the rest of the game, finishing at 39 percent.
The Heat shot 52.7 percent (48-of-91) for the game.
The Heat opened the third quarter on a 12-4 run to push the lead to 68-56. The lead grew to 16 following a jumper by Tyler Johnson.
Cavaliers: Center Ante Zizic (knee) was held out, leaving the Cavs with nine players who dressed.
Heat: Forward James Johnson (illness) did not play after the first quarter, and forward Udonis Haslem (illness) was not at the game. … Guard Dion Waiters is on a G League rehabilitation assignment with Sioux Falls.
McCaw signs offer
A person with knowledge of the agreement says Patrick McCaw has signed a two-year, $6 million offer sheet with the Cavaliers.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Friday because the deal has yet to be finalized. The Golden State Warriors now must decide whether to match the terms, and if the Warriors choose to keep McCaw it would cost substantially more than just his salary figure because of luxury-tax ramifications.
McCaw averaged 4.0 points per game in 128 regular-season appearances with the Warriors in the past two seasons. He got hurt after taking a scary fall while trying a dunk on March 31, and when he returned during the Warriors' playoff run he was limited to a total of only 16 minutes in six games — though he did get on the floor in all four of the Warriors' wins over the Cavs in their NBA Finals sweep.
ESPN first reported the agreement between McCaw and the Cavs.