Heat stretch win streak to 18 as they cruise past Indiana at home.
Miami Heat were able to beat the Indiana Pacers with relative ease Sunday night 105-91, despite Lebron James only scoring 13 points all night.
It was Dwyane Wade, Mario Chalmers and Chris Bosh who provided the team with its offensive spark as they contributed 73 points towards their total.
While James had a quiet night, it goes to show that they do not completely rely on him for carrying the team, illustrating the depth and supreme talent they have elsewhere on the court.
Winning 18 straight games is rare in the NBA and it doesn’t happen often, but neither do teams as good as Miami come around often either. They are effectively the champions elect with two months still to go, still awaiting a decent challenger.
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