Bosh scored 33 points as the visiting Heat defeated the Atlanta Hawks 116-109 in triple-overtime.
Chalmers had 22 of his 29 points after moncler jackets the third quarter for the Heat, including five of Miami's seven points in the third overtime.
"Coach said I had to be aggressive," Chalmers said.
Wade missed his second straight game with a sore left foot and James was held out after he turned his left ankle late in the third quarter of Wednesday night's game. Neither one was in uniform.
After blowing a 13-point third-quarter lead, Miami tied it at the end of regulation on Bosh's last-second three-pointer.
"It was a lucky shot," Bosh said.
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said his team survived a moncler men jackets test of its character.
"That game, the way it went down in the end, was an exercise in absolute endurance and mental and physical toughness," Spoelstra said. "Both teams played their hearts out there at the end."
Joe Johnson had 20 points for the Hawks, who did moncler 2011 not score in the third extra period. It was only the 10th time in NBA history a team did not score in an overtime period.
Josh Smith added 17 points and 13 rebounds for Atlanta, which was seeking its second win over the Heat in four days but missed 15 of 46 free throws.
Trail Blazers 107, Lakers 96:
Gerald Wallace had 31 points and sparked cheap moncler a key third-quarter run to lead host Portland to a fast-paced victory. ... LaMarcus Aldridge added 28 points and 10 rebounds for Portland, which led by as many as 14 points. The Blazers, who sit atop the Western Conference at 5-1, had just four turnovers despite pushing the tempo for the entire game. ... Kobe Bryant scored 30 points, and Andrew Bynum had 21 points and 12 rebounds for the Lakers, who went 0-for-11 on threes.
Spurs 93, Mavericks 71:
Matt Bonner scored 17 points, Richard Jefferson added 16, and host San Antonio limited Dirk Nowitzki to six points on 3-of-11 shooting. ... It was Nowitzki's lowest output since leaving a five-point outing early because of injury on Dec. 18, 2009. ... San Antonio went 16-for-33 from long range and jumped to an 18-point lead in the first quarter. ... The Mavericks hit only 27 of 77 shots, including 1 of 19 from three-point range. ... Dallas lost point guard Jason Kidd to a lower back injury with 24.7 seconds remaining in the first quarter.