With yet another win in the books, the Miami Heat turned their attention to the streak.
And, no, not that 17-game winning one.
LeBron James scored 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, Dwyane Wade added 22 points and the Heat pulled away late to beat Philadelphia 102-93 on Friday night - their 12th straight regular-season win over Philadelphia, their 13th in a row at home and most importantly, their 17th straight victory overall.
Up next for Miami: Indiana comes in for a rematch of last season's Eastern Conference semifinals on Sunday, and the Pacers are 2-0 against the Heat this season, both of those wins coming at Indianapolis.
And that two-game slide is what the Heat were talking about after beating Philly, not that 17-game roll the reigning NBA champions are currently enjoying.
''Every team that has beaten us, especially since the break, we've tried to redeem ourselves and play a lot better,'' Wade said. ''Obviously the first game, they smacked us pretty good. Second time, we ...