As I type, the Miami Heat is putting the finishing touches on a blowout win at Indiana. It's Miami's 3rd straight double digit win on the road since Sunday night.
When was the last time an NBA team did that? That would be the Milwaukee Bucks back in 1971. Oh by the way, that team went on to win the NBA championship.
For those non-believers who still weren't convinced this Heat team is the best in the league, just look at the last three nights. Miami coasted at Atlanta, destroyed a Milwaukee team that had given them trouble this season and dominated an Indiana team that's one of the best in the Eastern Conference. Yeah, I'd say that's a statement stretch.
Plus, LeBron James is playing MVP basketball. Now, Shane Battier and Mike Miller seem to be getting more comfortable. NBA teams should take notice. Miami is getting better and better, and they still have over an entire half of the season left to continue to improve.
Be afraid of the Heat, folks. Be very afraid.
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