Surprising Warriors Making Waves

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LeBron James told reporters Tuesday that the defending champion Miami Heat are a day away from hosting a "really good team" in what will be a "big game for us."

Get this: The reigning MVP wasn't talking about New York, Oklahoma City, San Antonio, Memphis or the Clippers coming to town. He wasn't even referring to Boston or the Lakers.

He was talking about the Warriors.

The Warriors arrived in South Beach having won four straight and seven of their past eight games - a stretch that grabbed the attention of the league's elite and has many fans believing again.



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