MIAMI -- The Miami Heat took names and filed them away. Then, as if it were a Charles Bronson movie, they came back to deliver revenge.
Well, the Heat hit list is finally complete.
When the Heat beat Indiana 105-91 Sunday night at AmericanAirlines Arena, it marked the first time in their 25-year history they've beaten every other NBA team in the regular season.
Sunday's win in the last regular-season meeting between the teams was considered particularly satisfying. The Pacers had smacked Miami around twice earlier this season, including defeating them 102-89 at home Feb. 1.
Unless you have been on extended trip to the Himalayas, you probably know that was the last time the Heat lost a game. Sunday's win extended their team-record winning streak to 18 games.
"It's good because it's a challenge," guard Dwyane Wade, a 10-year Miami veteran, said of now having beaten every team. "This team lives for challenges. So the challenge was for us every team that beat us was when we get an ...