Guard Mario Chalmers scored 34 points to lead the Miami Heat to a whopping 128-99 home victory over the Sacramento Kings.

Chalmers also delivered his best performance as a pro, not only achieving his highest point total but also hitting 10 of his 13 3-point shots.

The starting guard played 30 minutes on Saturday, heading a list of six players with double-digit scoring, including four starters, giving the Heat a 24-11 record, the best in the Eastern Conference.

Forward LeBron James scored 20 points and center Chris Bosh added 16 in the Heat's fifth win in the last 10 games.

The Heat notched their highest point total in a game so far this season after being unable to break above 100 in the previous four games and ending a two-game losing streak. EFE