Another night, another Miami Heat win -- it's whatever, bro. The Heat took its 27th straight win Monday night, turning what was a close game late in the third quarter into a ball-stomping 108-94 blowout of the Orlando Magic. Once again without Dwyane Wade, the Heat was able to blow out a lesser opponent and keep the historic streak alive. LeBron flirted with a triple double, finishing with 24 points, nine rebounds, and 11 assists, most all of which came as the Heat offense opened a can of ass all over the Magic early in the fourth quarter. The Magic was led by Jameer Nelson, who scored 27 and apparently is still alive and playing basketball in Orlando.
The Heat continues to be a high-flying ball of badassery in fourth quarters, scoring 30 more Monday in what is becoming a nightly deal. No matter what the score, up or down, the Heat brings the Thunderdome Flying Death Machine shit in the final period -- and there are no survivors, just pleased witnesses. LeBron and Birdman are teaming on nasty oops, while Cole, Allen, Battier, Chalmers, and EVERYONE ELSE is knocking down threes like the basket moved farther in.
What is most amazing about this Miami Heat run is it's quite apparent the team is not playing its best basketball for a full 48 minutes. Riding the hot fourth quarters is nice, but earlier in the game, it has not put it together recently. Hey, it's hard to complain about 27 straight wins; it's just scary to think about what this team is capable of once it puts four nasty quarters together.
For a moment, it looked as if LeBron James would take his second life of this NBA season, having already killed Jason Terry just a few days ago. Beno Udrih was the victim this time; luckily for him, he did not attempt to jump -- choosing to have the greatest seat anyone has ever had in the history of the NBA at one of LeBron's throwdowns. He nearly got Stuart Scott'd, but his face was spared.
The Miami Heat Ball Stomping Tour continues in Chicago on Wednesday, a game that is always a painful poop until it isn't -- you can almost smell the flukey five-three-pointer Nate Robinson game already. One can expect Dwyane Wade back for this game, after being garaged for two contests in what smells of the first "Spogram" move of the late season to keep guys fresh.
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Again, you ask how long this Miami streak could POSSIBLY LAST?!?! FOREVER, I TELL YOU!!!! MUUUUHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!