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Basketball ] MiamiHerald.com:
The Heat completed a historic feat, becoming the first team in 41 years to win all its games on a road back-to-back-to-back set by 10-plus points.
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In Monday night NBA action, the Miami Heat defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 114-96 in Milwaukee Monday night. LeBron James led the Heat in scoring with 35 points. However, LeBron's postgame interview with FOX Sports Florida was interrupted by Heat teammate Chris Bosh. Bosh was excited after the victory, but a little too much so, as he ended up saying a curse word on live TV that...
During last night's Bucks/Heat affair, Lebron James made the Milwaukee defense look silly as he broke past two defenders and slammed down this power dunk:
The Heat once again played a laugher away from home, this time downing Milwaukee behind LeBron James’ 35 points.
The Heat’s James Jones will defend his title in the three-point contest against a field that includes All-Stars Kevin Love and Joe Johnson and teammate Mario Chalmers.
The Milwaukee Bucks had beaten Miami twice already this season, but LeBron James wasn’t going to let it happen again. James racked up 35 points in the Heat’s 114-96 win over Milwaukee, including this jam.
James also had a quality dunk over Drew Gooden.
Besides the two dunks, James and the Heat ran it’s record to 22-7, which equaled the franchise’s best start after the first...