MIAMI -- LeBron James is on quite a roll these days. He said he even picked Florida Gulf Coast to upset Georgetown on his NCAA tournament bracket.
So why should anyone get too worried when James and his Miami Heat fall behind by double digits these days?
Well, they still do.
For the third straight game, the Heat on Friday fell behind by more than 10 points. But once again they survived, fighting back from 11 down in the second quarter to defeat downtrodden Detroit 103-89 at AmericanAirlines Arena and extend their winning streak to 25 games.
The week had started with the Heat on Monday coming back from 17 points, including 13 with 8 minutes remaining, to win 105-103 at Boston. Then on Wednesday at Cleveland they shoveled out of a 27-point hole midway through the third quarter to win 98-95.
After the Cleveland game, I got a few texts from a lot of my family members saying this is too much for us to handle, so please stop it, James said after scoring a game-high 29 points against ...