The Heat Burns Past The Lakers; Pittsburgh Steelers Maintain Top Spot in AFC North

Kobe-BryantThe Miami Heat dominated the Los Angeles Lakers yesterday, ending the game with a 96-80 victory. LeBron James scored 27 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists, while Chris Bosh added 24 points and 13 rebounds to the count. This is the second consecutive bad game for the Lakers, who lost 98-79 to Milwaukee on Tuesday. After the game, Kobe Bryant told reporters “I don’t care if we lose by twenty or by one- I just don’t like to lose. I’m just upset with how we’re playing. These games mean more to our opponents than they do to us and we need to correct that.”

The Pittsburgh steelers solidified their possession of the top spot in the AFC North and a first round bye in the playoffs by dominating in a game against the Carolina Panthers. The 27-3 game, along with the Raven’s loss to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, was all the Steelers could have hoped for. Steeler’s coach Mike Tomlin told reporters “it’s great to be in the clubhouse for the weekend with the necessary win and we can watch others sort themselves out. We were far from perfect, but we were good enough to win tonight.” When asked about their upcoming game against the Browns he said “that’s not going to be easy going to Cleveland, but we’ll be prepared for that. It was good to get a win and move forward.”

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