Heat storm back for 24th straight win
CLEVELAND - The Miami Heat seem to be able to switch on their game anytime they want.
Two days after winning their 23rd straight game by overcoming a 17-point deficit at Boston, the streaking Heat rallied from 27 down in the third quarter to shock Cleveland 98-95. The win tied for the biggest comeback in the NBA this season.
LeBron James paced the Heat's victory against his former team with 25 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists. Fourteen of his points came in the fourth quarter when the Heat outscored Cleveland 30-18.
Miami is now 9 games away from equaling the NBA record of 33 straight wins set by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers.
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