Dwyane Wade scored 23 points while LeBron James added 15 to spark the defending NBA champion Miami Heat to their 19th consecutive victory in a 99-81 rout of the Atlanta Hawks.
Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat drives against Kyle Korver of the Atlanta Hawks on March 12, 2013. Wade scored 23 points while LeBron James added 15 in a 99-81 rout.
The Heat matched the fourth-longest single-season win streak in league history, trailing only the 20 in a row by Milwaukee in 1970-71, Houston's 22 in a row in 2007-08 and the Los Angeles Lakers' record run of 33 from 1971-72.
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