Three reasons Miami Heat will rise higher 

April, 20, 2013
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Haberstroh By Tom Haberstroh
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MIAMI -- The Miami Heat have never been this good.

In the 2012-13 season, they won a franchise-high 66 wins, rolling to the finish line with an absurd 37-2 record in their last 39 games. They earned the top overall seed with a six-game lead on the Oklahoma City Thunder and a 12-game lead on the New York Knicks in the Eastern Conference.

And the scary thing is that, in all likelihood, their best has yet to come.

TEAM LEADERS

POINTS
Dwyane Wade
PTS AST STL MIN
22.5 5.3 0.9 32.5
OTHER LEADERS
ReboundsC. Bosh 8.2
AssistsD. Wade 5.3
StealsM. Chalmers 1.8
BlocksC. Bosh 0.8