The Heat (18-6) is now 4-1 in its past five games and is in second place in the Eastern Conference. The Jazz (6-21) has lost six of their past eight games and is in last place in the Western Conference.
Miami took control of the game in the third quarter, when it outscored Utah 36-21. Bosh was huge in the third, making all five of his shots from the field and all three of his foul shots for 13 points.
His performance overshadowed the third-quarter effort of Jazz reserve guard Alec Burks, who also had 13 points, making four of four shots from the floor. Burks had 26 points through the third quarter and finished with a career-high 31 points.
That's the most points scored this season by a Jazz player.
Helped by Burks, the Jazz had the early advantage.
NOTES: The Jazz hope their 2013-2014 rookie crop is a memorable one. Trey Burke, taken ninth overall, could become Utah's next great point guard, a fraternity that includes John Stockton's tenure (1984-2003) and that of Deron Williams (2005-2011). ... In addition to Burke, C Rudy Gobert, taken 27th, and SG Ian Clark, undrafted, comprise the rookie crop. Gobert, 7-foot-1 and athletic, has an especially high ceiling, no pun intended. ... Heat F Michael Beasley (hamstring) missed his fifth straight game. ... Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said he was fine with the 3-pointer F Chris “Birdman” Andersen took and made Saturday night against Cleveland. “I don't think he's going to shoot dribble-up-jack 3s,” Spoelstra said. “In certain situations, as the ball moves inside out, it's absolutely the right shot to take. (Andersen) works on it all the time.” ... Up next for Utah is its second of a five-game road trip, Wednesday at Orlando. ... Up next for Miami is a home game Wednesday against Indiana. Last week, Indiana beat the Heat 90-84.