Miami defended South Beach with a 14-point victory, the Heat’s 18th consecutive win. Let us reiterate: it was the Heat’s 18th straight win, not just LeBron James’.
That point is critical considering the self-proclaimed King only scored 13 points. Of course, he contributed elsewhere with six rebounds, seven assists, one steal and a block, but to see the Heat extend its winning streak without a big scoring night from James proved that Miami is just as good if not better in 2013 than it was a year ago.
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