Bam Adebayo and Jaime Jaquez Jr. showcased their scoring prowess as the short-handed Miami Heat (32-25) secured a commanding 121-110 win against the Sacramento Kings (33-24) on Monday night, extending their winning streak to four games.

Despite missing key starters due to injuries and suspensions, including star Jimmy Butler, the Heat found ample support from Kevin Love, who provided a significant boost off the bench with 19 points, and Caleb Martin, who contributed 16 points to the victory.

Sacramento’s Domantas Sabonis recorded his NBA-high 21st triple-double of the season with 14 points, 14 rebounds, and 10 assists, but it wasn’t enough to halt the Kings’ three-game winning streak.

Keegan Murray and De’Aaron Fox led the scoring for the Kings with 28 and 27 points respectively, but they couldn’t replicate the success of their previous road win against the Los Angeles Clippers.

Although the Kings mounted a late charge, trimming the deficit to just two points in the fourth quarter, clutch baskets from Jaquez helped the Heat maintain control and seal the victory.