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For the next 48 hours, the sports media will be on fire as we all lament the death of the Miami Heat's winning streak.
For historical purposes, we all enjoy watching our generation of legends detonate history so that we can be a part of something special.
These things define us just as much as it defines the players that get the job done.
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Word is D.Rose back #********
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