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The Miami Heat look for win number 22 in a row as they head in to Toronto while the Warriors and Rockets battle for sixth place in the West.
College basketball takes center stage Sunday, meaning there's only one nationally televised NBA game, but all eyes will be on Toronto as the Miami Heat look to extend their win streak to 22 games. A win against the Raptors would tie the 2007-2008 Rockets for the third longest streak in NBA history.
The Heat are coming off a 107-94 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks Friday night. LeBron James led the Heat with 28 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists while Chris Bosh added 28 points on 12-16 shooting. Meanwhile, the Raptors head in to Sunday's game looking to push their win streak to two games. Toronto is coming off a win over the Bobcats at home Friday night that saw Rudy Gay score an efficient 28 points on 11-16 shooting.
Playoff positioning is on the line as the Golden State Warriors head to Houston to face the Rockets. The Warriors are currently just a half game up on the Rockets for sixth place in the Western Conference. Houston already owns the tie break over the Warriors, who have struggled as of late. The other big storyline out west is whether Kobe Bryant will play as the Los Angeles Lakers host the Sacramento Kings.
Here's a look at Sunday's complete schedule. All times are Eastern.
1 p.m. Magic vs. Bucks
1 p.m. Heat vs. Raptors
7 p.m. Warriors vs. Rockets
9:30 p.m. Kings vs. Lakers
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