The Miami Heat seemed to have found what it takes to win despite all of the criticism that is constantly thrown at them. Monday Miami extended their win streak to 9 games, all of which have been double digit victories thanks to a big game from Dwyane Wade who put in 32 points. If they continue their win streak against the game against the Cleveland Cavaliers later this week they would tie an NBA record for most consecutive double digit wins. So does that mean the Heat are finally living up to expectations?
Maybe so, or maybe their expectations are just making way for the teams like the Boston Celtics and San Antonio Spurs to go unnoticed. Boston is currently on a 10 game winning streak of their own and have the league’s second best record at 19-4. The Spurs however have taken it to another level quietly hitting the 20 win mark before the big name teams that have the higher expectations. San Antonio sits above all others in the West, including the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers, with a 20-3 record.
Brandon Jennings in the Under Armour Black Ice.
Corey Maggette drives to the basket wearing the adidas Pro Model.
Derrick Rose in the adidas adiZero Rose crosses up T.J. Ford in the adidas TS Heat Check PE.
Derron Williams drives the lane wearing the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse.
Jason Terry lays it in wearing the Reebok Zig Slash.
Chris Paul unveiled a new colorway of his upcoming Jordan CP3.IV.
LeBron wearing the white and red version of the Nike Air Max LeBron VIII.
Dwyane Wade with his pre-game antics wearing the Jordan 2010 PE.
Another look at D-Wade’s Jordan 2010 Player Exclusive.