Miami appeared to fall into bad habits early against the Philadelphia 76ers, turning the ball over and allowing the Sixers open looks. But the Heat dominated the fourth quarter, 26-18, and came away with a 102-93 victory.
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After playing a competitive game for part of the night, the Heat outscored the Philadelphia 76ers 55-42 in the second half to preserve its 17-game win streak, which matches the longest by a team this season.
The Heat flirted with danger Wednesday night, nearly giving up a 20-point lead to the Orlando Magic. In order to win its 17th straight game, the Heat shouldn't relax against an opponent that has lost 10 of its last 11 games.