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Going Streaking - How the Kastles and Heat Match Up
NBA Team Has Won 27 Straight, 5 Shy of Kastles' Active Record
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The Washington Kastles received national attention on March 13 when ESPN SportsCenter highlighted the team's unbelievable unbeaten run.

As anchor Neil Everett discussed the now 27-game NBA winning streak of the Miami Heat, he pointed out that the Kastles have won 32 straight World TeamTennis matches.

A video of the segment is available on the Kastles' Facebook page.

Washington is preparing for the chance to tie and break the all-time record for the longest winning streak by a major U.S. pro sports team.
The Kastles could match the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers with their 33rd consecutive victory when they host the New York Sportimes in the Mylan WTT season opener on July 8. One night later, Venus Williams, Leander Paes and Bobby Reynolds could help Washington break the Lakers' longstanding record at home against the Boston Lobsters.

Meanwhile, the Heat are quickly catching up to the Kastles. To do so, Miami would need to keep its streak alive through its April 5 game against the Charlotte Bobcats.

Winning has been anything but easy for LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and company. They've dug themselves into deep deficits repeatedly, falling behind by 16 to the New York Knicks on March 3, by 17 to the Boston Celtics on March 18 and by 27 to the Cleveland Cavaliers on March 20.

Though they play on different courts, the Kastles and Heat have shared a flair for the dramatic during their respective runs. Here's how the two streaking teams stack up:
Win Streak           32                    27
Home Wins            14                    14
Road Wins            14*                   13
Overtime Wins        8                     1
Halftime Deficits    7                     9
Biggest Deficit      Trailed NYS by 6      Trailed CLE by 27
Close Calls          7 wins by 1 game      1 win by 1 point
Biggest Rout         Beat KCE 25-8         Beat CHA 109-77
Average Margin       5.75 games            11.56 points
Last Loss            7/22/10 at BOS        2/1/13 at IND
Big Three            Bobby/Leander/Venus   James/Wade/Bosh
Leading Scorer       Bobby: 292 games      James: 728 points
New Addition         Martina Hingis        Chris Andersen
2012 Finish          WTT Champions         NBA Champions

* Remaining 4 Kastles wins came at a neutral site (Charleston, SC) 
With the historic streak and back-to-back championships on the line, the 2013 Kastles season is one you won't want to miss! Stay tuned to your inbox for more information on individual match tickets, which will go on sale during the spring. In the meantime, season tickets are now available to see the streaking Kastles play for their fourth WTT title since 2009.

For as little as $150, you could have the first choice of seats to all seven Kastles home matches during the 2013 regular season, along with a package of perks exclusive for season ticket holders. Most matches sell out each season, so this is the best way to make sure you don't miss any of the action.

A very small supply of Premier Courtside Boxes and Kastles Boxes, and one VIP Dinner Table, are also on sale, providing fans with VIP hospitality, multi-course dinners and the closest seats at Kastles Stadium. Visit or call the Kastles at 202-4-TENNIS (483-6647) for more information and to place your season ticket order today!

And don't forget to follow the Kastles on Facebook and Twitter for exclusive content such as our brand-new weekly trivia contest. Every Tuesday, we're giving away two tickets to a 2013 Kastles match as we strive to improve our presence in social media!

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