LeBron James had 29 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade both scored 19 points and the Miami Heat close out the New York Knicks 106-94 in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference first-round series Wednesday night.

"We will savor this win tonight," James said. "And then we get to work tomorrow and get ready for Indiana."

Carmelo Anthony scored 35 points for the Knicks, including a spinning jumper over James at the end of the third quarter that pulled New York within 81-67.

It wasn't enough to stave off an all-too-familiar playoff result for Anthony, who was chosen two spots behind James and immediately ahead of Bosh and Wade in the 2003 NBA draft. Anthony has been in 11 postseason series, winning just two, the won-lost record of his teams in those games a mere 17-37.

Amare Stoudemire scored 14 points before fouling out, Landry Fields and J.R. Smith both scored 12 and Tyson Chandler grabbed 11 rebounds for New York.

Stoudemire fouled out with 4:48 left, and the Knicks put together one more run with hopes of saving the season. New York cut the margin to 11 points four times in a 2-minute span, and Miami answered every time, the last of those a 3-pointer by Shane Battier with 54 seconds left.

The deficit was less than 10 points for only 90 seconds of the third quarter. Stoudemire went to the bench with his fifth foul with 6:41 left in the third, and Miami went on an 11-2 spurt not long after that all but sealed the outcome.

It was 67-58 when Fields made two free throws with 4:49 left in the quarter, and then the Heat's "Big Three" needed just three minutes to blow the game open.

Bosh and Wade combined for six points in that flurry, James scored five, including a 21-footer with 1:29 left to put Miami up 78-60.

The Heat won the series 4-1, and will meet the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference semifinals starting Sunday in Miami.

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