The Miami Heat continue to torment Erik Spoelstra. In a good way. Such is life for a coach when you only have answers.

With Dwyane Wade taking another night off to rest his balky knees, Spoelstra's rotation roulette spun toward James Jones, whose 14 third-quarter points effectively put away Wednesday night's 120-92 victory over the Orlando Magic at the Amway Center.

Just as Michael Beasley, Rashard Lewis, Mario Chalmers, Norris Cole, Ray Allen and Chris Andersen have done already this season, it again was a case of someone beyond the realm of the Big Three providing a big threat.

"It's actually kind of getting scary, the depth we have," forward LeBron James said, "and the confidence guys have."

Jones, starting in place of Wade for a second consecutive night, closed with 17 points on 5-of-8 shooting, including 4 of 5 on 3-pointers in the decisive third quarter, when the Heat outscored the Magic 36-22, on the way to their largest victory of the season.

"I'm just blessed to be on a team with a lot of playmakers," Jones said. "It's fun. I don't take anything for granted."

And his teammates don't take him for granted.

"I told them on the floor to stop double-teaming me. I'm going to find my open shooters," James related.

It added up to the Heat shooting 16 of 24 on 3-pointers, more than enough to compensate for their 22 turnovers.

"We find a way to stay engaged and stay sharp," Jones said. "My team expects me to come out here and do this when it's asked of me."

With Orlando forward Arron Afflalo 6 of 7 on 3-pointers in the first half, the Magic established the 3-point line as the game's point of attack. Jones then trumped the Magic.

"He's mentally tough," Spoelstra said. "He's always keeping himself ready. When his number is called, it's uncanny how it looks like he's in rhythm."