HEAT’s Waiters: ‘We need to keep flying under the radar’

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From the depths of 11-30, the Heat continues to play can-you-top-this, adding to its list of astonishing achievements.

The 13-game winning streak, the longest in NBA history by a sub-.500 team, was remarkable enough.

“We believe in ourselves and if other people don’t, we have done a good job of opening eyes,” said guard Dion Waiters, who scored 29 points, including a late banked-in 32-footer to seal the game. “We need to keep flying under the radar.”

Source: Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald