Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) drives to the basket as Sacramento Kings point guard Tyreke Evans (13) and small forward John Salmons (5) defend during the second half at the American Airlines Arena. The Heat won in a double overtime 141-129. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
Miami, FL (Sports Network) - Despite playing their fifth game in seven days, the Miami Heat kept their season-high winning streak alive.
But it wasn't easy.
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade combined for 79 points, and the Heat tallied their 12th straight victory in a 141-129 double-overtime triumph over the Sacramento Kings.
James had a season-high 40 points, to go with a career-high 16 assists and eight rebounds, while Wade added 39 points, eight boards and seven assists for Miami, which hasn't lost since Feb. 1 when it fell to the Indiana Pacers.
Marcus Thornton netted 38 points to lead the Kings, who have dropped six consecutive tilts.
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