Let’s face it, the Miami Heat are not going to lose between now and Easter Sunday. They absolutely demolished the Charlotte Bobcats on Sunday night for their 26th straight win and there is no real threat left on their schedule until they travel to Texas to face the San Antonio Spurs on the day most people celebrate Christ’s resurrection. Miami will be going for its 30th straight win that day while San Antonio will be looking to stop the Heat’s streak and make its move in the race for the NBA‘s best record. The game won’t disappoint.
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