And the beat goes on.
Friday night, the Milwaukee Bucks became the latest team to fall victim to the unstoppable Miami Heat. LeBron James matched Chris Bosh with a game-high 28 points, as the Heat pulled away for a 107-94 win, the team's 21st in a row.
James flirted with a triple-double, as he added 10 rebounds and seven assists. He did most of his offensive damage in the first half, scoring 17 points in the first 24 minutes as the Heat took a nine-point halftime lead.
Bosh was nearly as strong in the third quarter, scoring 13 points in the frame as the Heat built up an insurmountable 17-point advantage. The Bucks trimmed the lead to six in the fourth quarter, but never got closer.
James' scoring has dipped slightly in March -- the 28 points were his highest output since March 3 -- but the Heat's win streak has rolled on.
Miami now prepares for a Sunday matinee in Toronto.