LeBron and Heat Catching Fire, Win Seventh Straight 107-92 Over Suns
The Miami Heat (11-3) pushed the winning streak to seven games Monday night with a 107-92 win against the Phoenix Suns. The LeBron James ioS 2013 update continues to get rave reviews, finishing with 35 points, five rebounds, and four assists. Ray Allen had 17 points, and Chris Andersen chipped in 11 in the win that improves the Heat to 8-1 at home on the year.
Dwyane Wade continues to look rejuvenated when he DOES play, scoring 23 points on 9-13 shooting to go along with 12 assists, including a two-hand-hammer dunk that clearly was the most explosive play Wade has made all season.
The Phoenix Suns have twins on their team and Jeff Hornacek is their coach. OK, you're all caught up on Phoenix Suns news.
LeBron came into the game shooting 60% through the first thirteen games, then he went 11-14 from the field and 11-11 from the line. He's completely unfair. He's a human cheat code. He's breeding, creating offspring that are hitting game-winning shots all over your cities, right in your kids faces. He's playing so good he might win the Heisman. So good, in fact, that I bet you didn't think about the Miami Dolphins ONCE during the game, he's been that good.
After the game Dwyane Wade dropped a double cartwheel video bomb...because off-the-wall is a tradition at this point.
The Heat's next game is Wednesday night in King James's first return to Cleveland this season. There to greet him will be 2,000 people in bright green T-shirts that read "Come Home Lebron" and, well, that's pretty much all they got for right now.
I'm assuming they would all wear his old Cavaliers jerseys, if they hadn't already burned them. Hey, maybe they can get their owner to write a letter, try that.
You people crazy? IT'S SEVENTY-NINE DEGREES ON NOVEMBER 25TH HERE. Miami has him now, it's over, stop calling.
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