Miami, FL (Sports Network) - The Miami Heat took another step closer to making
history on Sunday, picking up their 26th consecutive win with a 109-77 rout of
the Charlotte Bobcats at American Airlines Arena.
LeBron James knocked down 11-of-14 shots from the field en route to a game-
high 32 points. The reigning league MVP also had 10 assists and eight
Chris Bosh added 15 points and Ray Allen finished with 14 for the Heat, who
were without All-Star guard Dwyane Wade because of a sore right knee.
The result puts the Heat within seven wins of matching the 1971-72 Los Angeles
Lakers' all-time record for consecutive victories. The Heat play at Orlando
Kemba Walker scored a team-best 20 points and Gerald Henderson chipped in 18
for the Bobcats, who have dropped 14 of their last 17 games overall.
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