Miami Heat Have Been Incredibly Consistent During Big 3 Era

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistFebruary 24, 2014

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No, the Miami Heat have not come close to challenging the NBA's single-season record for most wins in a season during the Big Three era. However, you can't say they haven't been consistent.

Despite swapping out role players and dealing with injuries throughout the past four seasons, the Heat have put up identical 39-14 records through the first 53 games of each season since LeBron James and Chris Bosh came to town.

The good news? Miami has made it to the NBA Finals in each of the first three seasons of the Big Three era and won two championships.

Here are Miami's win totals since the 2010-11 season to the 2012-2013 campaign: 58, 46 (lockout) and 66. The Heat would have to go 26-2 the rest of the way to tie last season's mark.

[Reddit]

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