(WNFL)- The two-time N-B-A defending champion Miami Heat seems to be light years ahead of the struggling Milwaukee Bucks. Despite that, it's been nine years since Heat swept Milwaukee in a regular season series -- something which could happen tonight in South Florida. Miami has won four straight over the Bucks, and six of their last seven. That includes last Saturday's 88-to-67 Milwaukee home loss to the Heat. Former Marquette guard Dwayne Wade is expected to miss tonight's game for the Heat with a bad hamstring. Former Buck Ray Allen is also doubtful with flu-like symptoms. Miami has won three straight overall, and is now alone atop the N-B-A's Eastern Conference. Milwaukee is 14-and-60, three losses away from setting new team record for the most defeats in a season.
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