MIAMI (Ticker) -- The Washington Wizards need to prove they can beat the Miami Heat once before they can think about winning their Eastern Conference semifinal series.

The Heat have won nine straight games against Washington, including a 105-86 victory in their conference semifinal opener on Sunday.

Game Two is Tuesday night at Miami, where the Heat have won 22 of their last 23 games.

Coming off its four-game sweep of the New Jersey Nets, Miami shot 52 percent (42-of-83) from the floor and had five players score in double figures in the series opener.

Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O'Neal combined for just 39 points, but Miami's bench outscored the Wizards' reserves, 36-5. Keyon Dooling scored 15 off the bench for the Heat.

Despite shooting 22 percent (5-of-23) in the first quarter, Washington trailed by only two points at halftime before being outscored, 33-17, in the third period.

Gilbert Arenas scored 25 points and Larry Hughes added 23 for the Wizards, who shot 37 percent (28-of-76) and committed 17 turnovers.

Antawn Jamison, who has been bothered by tendinitis in his right knee this season, sat out the final eight minutes in the opener because of soreness in that knee. He expects to play on Tuesday.

The series shifts to Washington for Game Three on Thursday.