By Larry GLicken

The Miami Heat just reached 22 in a row tying the second longest winning record in NBA history with the 108-91 win over the Toronto Raptors. Dwyane Wade led the big three with 24 points on the night and LeBron James put in 22 on the night. Bosh picked up the rear with 18.

The Heat look unstoppable and the longer the streak goes the tougher they are going to be to beat. Heading into the end of the season, they don’t only want to add another championship ring to their collection they want the longest winning streak too.

The Heat are getting some great play from Ray Allen too, he had 22 points on the night and played great when the team claimed their 21st in a row. The addition of Allen proves to be a great move for the Heat.  The Heat take on the Boston Celtics tonight at the Garden, you can beat that the Celtics would love to hand Miami a loss and end this win streak. Miami will be ready for a battle and you can bank on the fact this will be a great basketball game.

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