The Heat pulled off another win tonight, #21 in a row, over the Milwaukee Bucks on a cold wintry night up where Dwyane Wade started his college career. There wasn’t much of a contest in tonight’s 107-94 road win, the Heat’s 9th in a row, but Larry Sanders managed to get ejected again.
Lebron James had 28 points, tied with Chris Bosh for the team high. Wade added 20 of his own in a valiant effort despite what looked like a neck injury earlier in the game.
Right now the Heat clearly are the class of their conference, running away with the lead, but are arguably becoming an unstoppable force for the rest of the league. Where ever this streak takes them, the Heat are now on the 3rd best streak in NBA history. The legacy of this team has yet to be determined but it is clear they are looking for a third straight trip to the Finals, and a possible repeat of the title.