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Heat next to try and cool lava-hot Spurs
Nothing much these days has been stopping -- or even slowing down -- San Antonio, which is rolling into the final 11 games of the NBA season like a powerful and loaded freight train.
The Miami Heat will be the next team to try to pull the brake on the Spurs' express, but will have to be at their best to keep from being the latest opponent to be pushed off the tracks when the two teams square off on Wednesday at the AT&T Center in the Alamo City.
San Antonio (42-29) has won nine straight games, with its most recent victory a 111-105 dismantling of defending NBA-champion Golden State at home on Monday. DeMar DeRozan scored 26 points, and LaMarcus Aldridge added 23 points and 13 rebounds in the victory.MORE
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