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Heat Beat Pacers 105-91 to Extend NBA Winning Streak to 18 Games

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March 10 (Bloomberg) -- The Miami Heat beat the Indiana Pacers 105-91 for their 18th straight victory, the longest streak in the National Basketball Association this season.

Mario Chalmers scored 26 points, Chris Bosh had 24 and Dwyane Wade added 23 to help the Heat avenge their last loss, a 102-89 defeat in Indiana on Feb. 1.

LeBron James had a season-low 13 points for Miami, which has won 14 straight home games and hasn’t lost at AmericanAirlines Arena since Jan. 4 against the Chicago Bulls. The Heat have the best record in the NBA at 47-14 and the Pacers, who lead the Eastern Conference’s Central Division, fell to 39-24.

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Erik Matuszewski at matuszewski@bloomberg.net

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