Unlike Will Ferrell’s character in the movie “Old School,” the Heat are no longer going streaking. The team posted its first loss since February 1 Wednesday night after reeling off 27 straight victories. The loss to the Chicago Bulls isn’t surprising, neither is the Heat’s reaction to the loss.
The Miami Heat extended its winning streak Monday night with a 108-94 victory over the Orlando Magic. The victory pushed the winning streak to 27 straight games or one-third of the NBA season.
Another game, another double-digit rally for the Miami Heat.
The Miami Heat continue to chase history while the Detroit Pistons look like history as the two teams get together Friday night at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
The Miami Heat’s winning streak reached 19 with a victory over the Atlanta Hawks Tuesday night, but there’s no rest for the NBA’s hottest team as the Heat look for a 20th straight win Wednesday against the Philadelphia 76ers.
As the Miami Heat prepare to face the Memphis Grizzlies to open the month of March Friday, head coach Erik Spoelstra is being honored for just how well his team played in February.
The Miami Heat entered Thursday night’s contest as the hottest team in the NBA, led by the front-runner for the Most Valuable Player award, LeBron James. By the time the final horn sounded, the Heat had finished off the Oklahoma City Thunder for the sixth straight time, 110-100.
Giancarlo Stanton homered and drove in two runs, Mark Buehrle pitched seven strong innings and the Miami Marlins beat the Philadelphia Phillies 3-2 Saturday for their third straight win.
The Miami Heat were in danger of snapping a 12-game winning streak before the King decided to make sure everyone knew that they were on his court.
It was just a few weeks ago that Heat fans and the media were all but convinced head coach Erik Spoelstra was out the door and the Heat could be on the verge of failure. What a difference a few weeks makes.