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For this to happen, the Heat can only lose, at the very most, three more games. For this to happen, the Heat would have to match the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls' loss total. For this to happen, Miami would have to play absolutely flawless the rest of the season.
Miami is on a nine-game winning streak, though, and they don't look like they are going to slip up anytime soon. Did I mention that all nine of these games have been double-digit victories?
Miami lost only two games in the month of February. There are two months of the regular season left, so the Heat have to be on fire for the duration of the season.
Like I said earlier in this article, Miami is the No. 1 offense in the NBA, and its defense isn't too shabby either, at 14th in the league.
The Heat are good. Maybe even good enough to record 10 losses or less on the season.