Heat Schedule 2012: Miami Visits Wizards, Hawks And Bucks In Four-Day Span

The Miami Heat visit the Washington Wizards Friday night, and begin a four-day schedule that also features games at the Atlanta Hawks, Sunday, and at the Milwaukee Bucks, Monday. All the contest are a part of a six-game road trip for the Eastern Conference's second place team.

Entering Friday's game, Miami has won 11 of the next 14 but had its three-game winning streak snapped Wednesday at the Orlando Magic, 102-89.

However, the Miami should be able to get back on track against the Wizards, who they've beaten more than any other NBA franchise (66 wins).

On Sunday, Miami plays the Hawks, who has a 1-1 record against the Heat this season.

On Monday, the Heat will try to beat the Bucks for the first time this year, as they've already dropped two games to Milwaukee.

Here's a composite schedule of the next few games:

Friday, Feb. 10: at Washington Wizards (7 p.m. ET)
Sun., Feb. 12: at Atlanta Hawks (7 p.m. on ESPN)
Mon., Feb. 13: Milwaukee Bucks (8 p.m.)

For more on the Miami Heat, visit the SB Nation blog Peninsula Is Mightier.

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