Davis’ 26 send Lakers past Heat 95-80 for 7th straight win

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GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — Miami trimmed the Los Angeles Lakers' lead to six points with nearly nine minutes left in the fourth quarter, and Staples Center buckled in for a big finish between two NBA division leaders. Instead, the Heat missed their next 13 shots and scored only six more points all night. The Lakers have two of the world's best offensive players in their lineup, but they're leading the overall NBA standings because of what they're doing on the other end. "One thing about it — if your offense is behind your defense, you're a really, really good team," LeBron James said. "And I'm OK with that right now." Anthony Davis had 26 points and nine rebounds, and James scored 12 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter of the Lakers' seventh consecutive
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