Clearly, the whole Miami-Cleveland beef doesn't interest the Heat anymore. Just as clear, the Heat can win on a night it sleepwalks through a game and only begins playing in the final minutes.

Such was the case on Saturday night at AmericanAirlines Arena.

Miami trailed by seven points with less than two minutes remaining but scored nine straight points to extended its home winning streak to six games. LeBron James had 30 points in the Heat's 110-108 victory against his former team.

"Our guys absolutely relish those moments in the fourth quarter, that competitive spirit … and we need to get out of here as quickly as we can before they put more time on the clock," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.

No doubt about it, the Heat (10-3) sneaked out of the back door of the arena with this one.

James found Ray Allen open for a three-pointer from the wing with 18.2 seconds left, and Allen buried the shot to give the Heat a 109-108 lead. The Heat never led by more than three points the entire game. Cleveland (3-10) was 14 of 31 from three-point range.

Allen had 15 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter. He was 5 of 6 from the field in the period and 3 of 4 from three-point range.

"You don't need much room at all," James said of Allen's quick release. "I feel like Tom Brady in the playoffs."