Updated: Feb 22, 2013, 2:17 AM
teams at times, and then they take off. That's the one bad habit Miami still has to address. If its "B" game is good enough to win by double figures most nights, what happens when they finally assemble their "A" game regularly?

"That's what we're trying to get to," Bosh said. "We haven't put a winning streak together -- a major one -- all year. Usually, we put up a couple of 10-game winning streaks by now. But now is a good time. We're just trying to continue to build. We know how it is after the All-Star break. We want to be on all cylinders when April gets here."

Right now, the Heat is just warming up.

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3. Thursday's Best

Parker
Tony Parker, Spurs:
The point man for the team with the NBA's best record only missed four shots en route to his 31 points in 28 minutes of action. Parker had seven assists and zero turnovers in a 116-90 win over the Clippers.

4. Thursday's Worst

Chicago's turnover machine: The Bulls turned the ball over 27 times in the loss to Miami. According to Elias, it was the Bulls' highest turnover total in one game since 2004 and their highest total in a home game since March 20, 2000.

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6. Tweet Of The Night

7. Quote Of The Night

"It's frustrating to see my brother play his heart and soul out for the team and them not put anything around him."

-- Reggie Rose, manager and brother of injured Bulls star Derrick Rose, telling ESPNChicago about his view of Chicago's situation.

8. Elevating His Game

Jayne Kamin-Oncea/USA TODAY SportsFresh off his All-Star Game MVP performance, Chris Paul had his hands full trying to stop Tony Parker during the Spurs' blowout win.

9. Stat Check

By Elias Sports Bureau | ESPN.com

James

LeBron James led Miami with 26 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists as the Heat topped the Bulls in Chicago. James also posted team highs in each of those categories the previous night when Miami won at Atlanta. No player had led any NBA team (either outright or tied) in points, rebounds and assists in each of two road wins played on consecutive days since James did it for the Cavaliers more than four years ago at Golden State and Utah (Jan. 23-24, 2009).

10. Dunk Of The Night

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