It's 27 and counting as the Miami Heat chase history in the form of the Lakers' 33-game winning streak during the 1971-72 season.
LeBron James led the way with a near triple double, consisting of 24 points (56.3 FG%), 11 assists and nine rebounds on route to their 108-94 win over the Orlando Magic
The game was tied at 68 a piece, and then LeBron decided to take over.
Once LeBron decided that the game was his to win, the Magic didn't stand a chance, even with Tobias Harris and Jameer Nelson combining for 47 of the Magic's 94 points.
Mario Chalmers added 17 points, five assists and three steals for the Heat, which was a major reason why the Magic wasn't able to grab a big lead early on in this one.
With their 27th win, the Heat continue their road trip for three games, first against the Chicago Bulls and then against the New Orleans Hornets and the San Antonio Spurs.
If they can win those three, they'll be sitting at 30-straight wins, with games against the New York Knicks, Charlotte Bobcats and Philadelphia 76ers standing in their way.
The Heat are truly in a league of their own right now, and LeBron is showing that he's the real MVP, because his production as of late has been nothing short of legendary—28.2 points, 9.8 assists and 9.5 rebounds in his last six games.
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