We've all seen it before. A slow start and an absolutely furious finish for the Miami Heat.
The Heat dominated the Detroit Pistons in the second half, outscoring the Pistons by 17 points, on route to a 103-89 victory.
It's 25 straight for the Heat, with a home matchup against the Charlotte Bobcats, before they take the road to face the Orlando Magic, Chicago Bulls, New Orleans Hornets, and finally the San Antonio Spurs for win number 30.
LeBron James led the way for the Heat, with 29 points, eight rebounds, eight assists, two steals and one block. Oh, and he shot the ball with an 80 percent field goal percentage.
Even when the Heat were down by double digits in the first half, this one never seemed out of hand—much like the Heat's 27-point comeback win against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Mario Chalmers and Shane Battier added 11 points a piece, capping off impressive bench production for Miami.
Greg Monroe and Jose Calderon did all they could, accounting for 41 of the Pistons' 89 points.
Next on the list of victims for the Heat is the Charlotte Bobcats. Good luck Bobcats, you have a 0.000001 percent chance of beating this Heat team at home.