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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 NBA champions.
Chris Bosh finished with 18 points as the Heat tied the 2007-08 Houston Rockets for the second-longest winning streak in NBA history. The longest is 33 games, set by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers.
Miami will try to move into sole possession of second on Monday when it visits the Boston Celtics -- who ended the Rockets' run five years ago.
The Heat's 10th straight road win came in the same city where their streak started with a 100-85 victory over the Raptors on Feb. 3 -- Super Bowl Sunday.
They've kept rolling right into March Madness.
Miami blew it open behind Allen...
BEST OF MAXIM
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...
WHY THE HECK NOT?
Thanks to whomever had the brilliance to toss a Jim Ross call over the possible dunk of the year from DeAndre Jordan, because they have done it again for LeBron James’ dunk on Jason Terry Monday night. The specific call comes from the 1998 ‘King of the Ring’ and it really needs no introduction. Hungry for more Jim Ross? Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
The Future Deep Playoffs
When LeBron made The Decision to go to Miami, he was, of course, pilloried for what he'd done to the Cleveland fan base and ownership. In no short order, the ownership ceded any pretense to the high ground, and screwing Cleveland Fan seems to be, well, something that the entire world does, so it's hard to get too worked up about that. But to a lesser...
You haven’t really been dunked on until your Wikipedia page has pronounced you dead, just ask Brandon Knight. So of course, Jason Terry’s page was immediately updated to say “He died on March 18, 2013, due to being dunked on by LeBron James” after he was absolutely destroyed by LeBron during Monday night’s game against the Heat.
In the second quarter of the Heat vs. Celtics game on Monday night, Lebron James had a running start before he dunked on Jason Terry of the Celtics. Check out the video below.The Celtics are up 59-53 at halftime.
While I figure that most of you are watching the Miami Heat/Boston Celtics game, if you aren't...you might have missed this epic alley-oop dunk from LeBron James.Watch as a steal by Dwyane Wade leads to a Norris Cole alley-oop to LeBron as he dunks on Boston Celtics guard Jason Terry:(Courtesy of @Jose3030)
Via Larry Brown Sports :
LeBron James dunked on Jason Terry during the second quarter of the Miami Heat-Boston Celtics game Monday, and he was called for a technical foul for taunting. The dunk was so powerful it caused people to instantly recall DeAndre Jordan's posterization of Brandon Knight .
Terry stole a pass by the Heat, but Dwyane Wade stole the ball back after poking...
The Big Leagues And a comeback win, to add insult to injury.
Jason Terry is on a tombstone with Brandon Knight.
Chris Bosh clowning around with Lebron during a interview after the Miami Heat beat Toronto Raptors. via: NBAHighlightClips All rights to the NBA!
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...