You can't hold a 27 point lead, come on.
And as amazing as this Heat winning streak is they have 14 losses on the season, which is crazy low, but it makes the Bulls 72-10 season look even more ridiculous. I can't believe a team did that seeing what the Heat are doing now, it's like this sort of domination for an entire season.
I'd been thinking about that bulls run too, how impressive it looks when you factor in that a team rolling like Miami is has no shot at matching what they did.
Regarding the Cavs game, they had no business being up 27 in the first place
They were playing without their best 3 players I think, and somehow they were making everything while the Heat was the direct opposite.. I knew it was only a matter of time.. Regardless of how big the deficit looked, the Cavs' being up was ALL about momentum, it was all about rythm. I knew that as soon as Miami scored a few in a row and got a few stops in a row, the Cavs would crumble. The talent disparity is just too huge, not to mention Miami's impressive ability to "turn it on" in certain stretches in both ends. First 2 and a half quarters they couldn't buy a shot, played terrible D and couldn't get a rebound, but as soon as they got a little momentum and "turned it on" then all of the sudden they were hitting 3s left and right (surround LeBron and Wade with shooters and you'll win.. It's incredible, Battier, Allen, Chalmers, Lewis, Cole, LeBron, even Wade sometimes, they all hit 3s on you), no rebounds went to the Cavs, no open shots for them, everything contested..
Gotta give them some props, but like I said, the Cavs had no business being up that much, and this was a game Miami should've been on top of from tip off.