Of the Heat's 14 consecutive home victories, Tuesday night's might have been the most difficult.

Dwyane Wade was off his game, and starting center Joel Anthony was out with an injury. It all added up to an eight-point deficit for the Heat with nine minutes to play.

That's when the Heat flipped the switch.

Miami scored 17 consecutive points in the fourth quarter, and the Heat defeated the Phoenix Suns 99-95 at AmericanAirlines Arena. Chris Bosh led the Heat with 29 points, giving him at least 20 points in the past two games.