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No Matter Where, Heat Pummel Nets

Michael Laughlin/South Florida Sun Sentinel

Brooklyn? New Jersey? Now with Joe Johnson?

   Doesn't matter. The Miami Heat still have their number, no matter where the GPS places them.

That number is now 11.

   Making it 11 consecutive victories over what were the New Jersey Nets and now are the Brooklyn Nets, the Heat got enough LeBron James and...

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