Poll: Will Heat Break Winning Streak Record?

With a 15.5 game lead over the Hawks in the Southeast and a 11.5 cushion separating them from the Pacers for the best record in the Eastern Conference, the Heat could probably afford to rest on their laurels a bit down the home stretch.  However, with tonight's win over the Celtics, they now hold the second-longest winning streak in NBA history at 23.  Right now, the Heat aren't chasing anyone except for the 1971/72 Lakers, who won 33 consecutive games.

Of course, rattling off another eleven straight victories won't be easy, but the Heat's schedule over the next few weeks is mostly made up of lottery teams.  The schedule will feature the Cavs, Pistons, Bobcats, Magic, Bulls, Hornets, Spurs, Knicks, Bobcats (again), Sixers, and Bucks.  The Spurs and Knicks should be the two toughest opponents of the bunch, but the Heat downed New York earlier this month at MSG, 99-93.  It's your turn to weigh in.

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2 thoughts on “Poll: Will Heat Break Winning Streak Record?

  1. Z....

    I’m a Heat fan and even I will say no. Eventually, they’re gonna have a bad shooting night and the opponent will hit every 3 and that will be the end of it. To be honest, i really dont care about the regular season. The only thing stopping us from repeating is injuries.

  2. id put the bulls in their as a team to end their streak. they have beaten miami once already plus taj will be back by then maybe hinrich and rose too


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