Led by Lebron James, the Miami Heat finally accomplished one their oddest hurdles of their strong season. They finally beat the Milwaukee Bucks. James, took control of the game in the third quarter, scoring 16 of his 35 points and gave Miami control. The Bucks have already beaten Miami twice this year, one game being in which they were down by 18 in the first half. However, they failed to sweep the Heat in a season series, something they haven’t done since the 1990-1991 campaign. Dwayne Wade also had a tremendous game, scoring 22 points, playing only 22 minutes in the victory. Although Wade tweaked his ankle in the first quarter, it didn’t bother him. He did miss his first free throw in a week, but set a personal record with 27 consecutive made free throws. The area where Miami really buried the Bucks is their 60 percent shooting from the three point line. Tomorrow night, the Heat will travel to Indiana to take on the gritty Pacers.