The Miami Heat needed double-overtime to knock out the Sacramento Kings, but thanks to a season-best performance from LeBron James and Dwyane Wade; the Heat pulled out a 141-129 victory Tuesday night.
The Miami Heat are riding high on an 11-game winning streak and will be looking to extend the NBA’s longest active winning streak to 12 straight when the Sacramento Kings take the floor at the AmericanAirlines Arena Tuesday night.
The NBA is a little more than one season removed from a brutal lockout that centered around a claim the team owners are not making money. But, the Sacramento Kings owners have agreed to sell the team for $525 million and that’s drawn the ire of Miami Heat superstar LeBron James.
Often overlooked on the star-laden Miami Heat, Mario Chalmers came up big against the Sacramento Kings.
Facing the Kings in what could be Miami’s last visit to Sacramento might offer the Heat a good chance to end their current rough stretch.
The Miami Heat’s seven-game winning streak has been spurred by superb play from LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. But lost amidst the shuffle has been Chris Bosh who had almost disappeared from the offense, until Tuesday night.
Dwyane Wade had 30 points and 10 assists, Mario Chalmers and Chris Bosh each scored 20 points and the NBA-leading Miami Heat stretched their winning streak to seven games with a 120-108 win over the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night.
The NBA and the Miami Heat are coming off of the most successful season in years. But, other teams are not as lucky and NBA commissioner David Stern said after the lockout is ended with a new collective bargaining agreement, league contraction is on the table.
LeBron James scored 31 points, Dwyane Wade added 23 and the Miami Heat opened their post-All-Star schedule with an easy 117-97 win over the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night.
Dwyane Wade’s flying, one-handed rebound jam highlighted his 36-point night as the Miami Heat beat the Sacramento Kings 104-83 on Saturday.