So...which one was more impressive?
That's the question we are asking. And listen, it doesn't really matter, but it's worth discussing. Both of them failed to reach the Lakers' 33-game winning streak from the 70's. And there is some debate here about what we should count.
The Warriors won 24 games to start this season, very impressive. But the NBA is counting their winning streak as 28 games, stretching over from their final 4 games from last season. When the Heat won, they won all of their 27 games in one season.
Both streaks had plenty of glamour. The Warriors were supported by the awe of watching Stephen Curry play. He made 143 three-pointers during the 28 game win streak. That's just insane, and two more than two NBA teams during that span. They dominated opponents and had a double digit margin of defeat.
But the Heat had a different glamour. They had to have some comebacks, some unlikely wins and some signature moments, including this...
The Heat's win streak was something that brought excitement and awe to the long part of the NBA season. But, it's hard to say the Warriors weren't bringing the same excitement into every arena they played in. The Warriors did it in a dominant fashion, the Heat did it in a grind it out fashion.
It's hard to say and we can debate it all you want.
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