Miami go 17 in a row against the WestPosted on 17/12/2013 in Blog, NBA
Most experts agree that the Western Conference of the NBA is a much tougher place to be than the East – although somebody should tell Miami.
The Heat made it 17 straight wins over the West with a 117-94 blowout at the Jazz and now hold the second longest winning streak against Western Conference teams in NBA history.
A total of 77 points from the big three of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh was too much for a ragged Utah team.
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra was impressed with the way his team moved away in the third quarter.
He said: "The guys came out with great activity [defensively] but also offensively, very aggressive. It was a much more aggressive disposition than we had had previously."
Next up for the NBA champions is a trip home to face the East's leading team Indiana tomorrow (December 18th) before they have a chance to extend their Western Conference streak against Sacramento on Friday.
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