The Miami Heat just won’t lose.
LeBron James and the Heat faced the Atlanta Hawks in Miami Tuesday night and continued doing what they do best.
It was the first game since February 14th at Oklahoma City where the Heat never trailed.
Dewyane Wade led the Heat scoring 23 points while James added 15.
Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers had 14 each and the Miami Heat extended their streak to 19 games beating the Hawks 98-81.
There have only been three teams in NBA history to win 20 games or more in a season: the ’71-’72 Lakers won 33, the ’07-’08 Rockets won 22 and the ’70-’71 Bucks won 20.
The Heat are on a roll and have a chance to make NBA history. Miami will try and extend their streak to 20 games in a row tonight on the road against the Philadelphia 76ers.