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MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Miami Heat had just watched the Super Bowl when Shane Battier delivered a speech that left quite the impression.
Whatever he said that night in Toronto, the Heat sure took off from there.
They haven't come down yet.
LeBron James and Chris Bosh each scored 28 points, and the Heat made it 21 straight wins, beating the Milwaukee Bucks 107-94 on Friday night.
Only three other teams have won 20 in a row in one season, and the Heat now trail just the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers (33) and the 2007-08 Houston Rockets (22) after moving ahead of the 1970-71 Bucks.
The Heat haven't lost since they fell at Indiana on Feb. 1, and they return Sunday to the place where this streak started two days later, back when they were a mediocre road team barely on top of the Eastern Conference standings.
"I think the biggest thing for our team was watching the Super Bowl and getting away from basketball in a sense and just enjoying each other," Dwyane Wade said. &...
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LeBron James posted this photo of his pregame look to Instagram this morning, stating that fashion is confidence. He also asked that you not kill his vibe. The Heat are taking on the Toronto Raptors for their 22nd consecutive win. Thoughts on his pregame look? He’s not only showcasing his fashion sense, he’s doing a bit of product placement as well. Note the Beats by Dre headphones...
The Heat and LeBron James may have went on to win their 20th game in a row last night over the Sixers but for a moment during the game, all eyes were on Jrue Holiday and his spectacular dunk on James.
During the nip-and-tuck game, late in the 4th quarter, Holiday got free into the lane when he went up at the rim only to catch James trying for the block when Jrue caught him.
Miami Heat center Chris Bosh has been known to be the master videobomber, but during a postgame interview after Friday night's game, Bosh was the victim to a videobomb from superstar teammate LeBron James.
After Bosh bombed LeBron earlier this season, LeBron got his revenge Friday night as Bosh was in the middle of a postgame interview. LeBron walked behind Bosh as did a...
LeBron James gives Chris Bosh his best photobomb shot, robot style, following the Miami Heat's 21st straight win.
Dwayne Wade was not 100 percent after suffering a strained neck early in the game, but LeBron James and Chris Bosh were more than enough to guide the Miami Heat to their 21st win in a row with a 107-94 victory.
James and Bosh combined for 56 points and shot right around 56 percent on the night. The Heat offense in
general had a solid night shooting 52 percent from the floor...
Sixers guard Jrue Holiday turned in one pretty crunch time play against the Heat, even if it ultimately came in a losing effort. Sure, it’s not DeAndre Jordan on Brandon Knight. But this is Lebron James, and these are the Sixers, so I’ll take what I can get. If only Spencer Hawes decided to dunk
LeBron James threw down this monster dunk on Friday night during the Miami Heat's 21st straight win, posterizing Milwaukee Bucks' John Henson.
MILWAUKEE -- If the Milwaukee Bucks are going to snap Miami's 20-game winning streak Friday night, they are going to have to do it without one of their best defensive players.
Small forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute will miss his third straight game with turf toe, hampering Milwaukee's ability to guard LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
Slowing James and Wade is hard for anybody...
Doc Rivers talks LeBron James and going small ball vs the Heat tomorrow. Doc says there's about a 50/50 chance that Kevin Garnett will play.
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TORONTO (AP) -- The Miami Heat equaled the second-longest winning streak in NBA history, pulling away in the fourth quarter Sunday to beat the Toronto Raptors 108-91 for their 22nd consecutive victory.
LeBron James had 22 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists, Dwyane Wade added 24 points and nine assists, and Ray Allen scored 16 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter for the defending...
Exactly five years to the day when the Boston Celtics stopped the second-longest winning streak in NBA history, they can make sure the Miami Heat don't take it all for themselves.
The Heat would have to do it by becoming the first visiting team in nearly two months to win in Boston - the only Eastern Conference city where they have no regular-season victories during the LeBron...