The 27-game winning streak is a thing of the past and the Eastern Conference's best record is clinched. There's only one order of regular-season business left for the Miami Heat.
That's getting the NBA's best overall record.
And the Heat could go a long way toward wrapping that up in San Antonio on Sunday night.
The Heat have a two-game lead over the Spurs with 10 games remaining for both teams. A win on Sunday would give Miami a three-game edge and the head-to-head tiebreaker if the clubs finish the regular season with identical records.
Of course, winning in San Antonio is never easy for visitors. Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are both in their 10th NBA season, but they've won there only once in that span.