Forward LeBron James racked up the 35th triple-double of his career and the Miami Heat notched its 10 consecutive win by downing the Philadelphia 76ers 114-90.

James scored 16 points, contributed 11 assists and snagged 10 rebounds in just 32 minutes of playing time.

This was also his 472nd consecutive game scoring in the double digits, the sixth longest such streak in NBA history.

But it was guard Dwyane Wade who led the attack in points, scoring 33, while fellow guard Mario Chalmers tallied 14 for Miami, which now stands at 39-14 for the season.

The Heat, who have the longest current win streak this season, are leading the Eastern Conference and the Southeast Division.

The Sixers (22-31) were led by guard Jrue Holiday, who scored 21 points.

Standing out on the Philadelphia team, which has suffered through four consecutive losses, were also guard Nick Young, with 19 points, and forward Evan Turner with 16. EFE