LeBron James and Dwyane Wade can look back at this season with lots of good memories.The theme of the season for this Miami Heat team has been one of streaks-- lots of them.
It seems as if every day, a historic mark has either been approached or surpassed, the latest coming with their 20th straight victory on Wednesday night.
Let’s review some of the most memorable ones in the Elias Sports Bureau's archives from this season.
LeBron’s 20-point streak
LeBron James scored at least 20 points in 33 consecutive games to start the 2012-13 season, the second-longest streak of 20-point games to start a season since the ABA/NBA Merger.
In February, James became the first player in NBA history to score at least 30 points and shoot at least 60 percent from the field in six consecutive games.
Dwyane Wade has scored at least 20 points and shot at least 50 percent in each of his last 11 games.
14 straight vs the 76ers
The Heat have won 14 consecutive regular-season meetings against the 76ers, It is their longest active win streak against one opponent and their third-longest against an opponent in franchise history.
20 straight overall
The 20-game winning streak is the longest in NBA history by a defending champ, surpassing the 19-game streak by the 2008-09 Boston Celtics.