Miami Heat Extend Winnings Streak to 12 Games
Miami Heat has pushed its winning streak to 12 games with their latest 141-129 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday.
During the games LeBron James had 40 points and 15 assists while Dwyane Wade scored 39. After the game James said, “It was probably like 20 innings if it were a baseball game. But we needed double overtime and we did it.”
Ray Allen scored 21 points while Chris Bosh ended with 15. Chris Andersen also managed 10 points for the team.
The latest win means that the Heat stay six games clear of second place Indiana in the Eastern Conference rankings.
The 12 game winning streak is the longest in the NBA and is the second longest in the club’s history.
Marcus Thornton managed to score 36 points for Sacramento, this is the highest any reserve in the NBA has managed this season.
After the game Sacramento coach, Keith Smart, said “wwe had every opportunity to win that game but it didn’t fall our way this time. I thought our guys stayed right there.”