When the streak reached double digits, 33 seemed like a pipe dream. But now the Miami Heat have won 27 games in a row, and they're well within striking distance of the NBA record, set by the 1971-72 Lakers. Three of the Heat's next four games come against playoff teams, starting Wednesday night in Chicago, but if Miami can get past that stretch, the record may be a foregone conclusion. Would winning 34 straight put the Heat in the discussion with the all-time great teams? And are you rooting for them to get there?

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Not 32, not 33...

The Heat haven't lost since Feb. 1, but still need seven more wins to break the Lakers' record.

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Will the Heat (27 consecutive wins) break the NBA record for longest win streak (33, 1971-72 Lakers)?

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