On March 27, the Chicago Bulls defeated the Miami Heat 101-97 snapping the Heat's two-month 27-game winning streak.
The streak is the second longest win streak in NBA history, falling five short of the record set by the Los Angeles Lakers in 1971-72.
A lot has happened since the Heat's last loss on Feb. 1 to the Indiana Pacers.
Here are some of the most notable events to happen during the Heat's streak.
For the Miami Heat, the Harbowl is where it all began.
After defeating the Toronto Raptors to begin their streak, the Heat were originally scheduled to be on a plane back to Miami during the Super Bowl.
Team officials delayed the flight so that players could watch the game in a restaurant in town.
After the game, Shane Battier gave an inspirational speech which many of the team members credit for helping create the unity to carry the team through the streak.
On Feb. 15 a small asteroid traveling at over 40,000 mph exploded over Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia.
The blast Injured 1,500 people, damaged 7,200 buildings in the area and caused an estimated $33 million in damage.
In a surprise move, Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation effective Feb. 28, becoming the first Pope to resign in over 600 years.
Two weeks later, Jorge Bergolio of Argentina is elected Pope, taking the name Francis.
Known for his humility and work with the poor, Bergolio is the first Pope from the Americas and is also the first Jesuit Pope to be elected.
On Feb. 18, eight masked gunman holding AK-47s stole $50 million from a swiss bound plane.
The robbers dressed as police officers, completed the heist in less than 20 minutes, and without firing a shot. Passengers onboard were unaware that a robbery had taken place until they were told by the flight crew that the flight had been cancelled.
The Chicago Blackhawks culminated the hottest start in NHL history in a 6-2 loss to Colorado on March 8.
Up to that point, the Blackhawks went 24 games without a loss going 21-0-3, blowing away the previos record of 15, set by the 2006-07 Anaheim Ducks.
The streak included 14 come from behind victories and 13 different game-winning goal scorers.
Argo took home the Oscar for best picture at the 85th annual Academy Awards.
Daniel Day-Lewis and Jennifer Lawrence took home the awards for best actor and actress awards.
Conversely, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 took home the trophy for the worst picture at the 33rd annual Golden Raspberry awards, their seventh award of the night.
On March 6, Republican Senator Rand Paul took the floor for an impressive 13 hour filibuster to block the nomination of John O. Brennan to lead the CIA.
Paul wanted clarification from the Obama administration on whether or not not combative US citizens on American soil could be the subject of drone strikes.
Attorney General Eric Holder released a statement clarifying the governments position, and Paul subsequently ended his filibuster.
Paul's filibuster was the ninth longest speech in senate history and garnered widespread attention with the hashtags #StandWithRand and #Filiblizzard trending on Twitter.
Little known college team Florida Gulf Coast became the first team to officially qualify for the NCAA tournament by winning the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship.
Florida Gulf Coast went on to defeat second seed Georgetown and seven seed San Diego State to become the first fifteen seed in NCAA history to advance to the Sweet 16.
The United States Men's National team defeated Costa Rica 1-0 in Commerce City, Colorado, despite blizzard like conditions.
The match was briefly halted by officials but the game was allowed to go on after grounds crew members were able to clear the lines.
Costa Rica filed a protest with FIFA that was rejected on the grounds that it was filed improperly.
On March 4, Forbes released its annual list of the richest people in the world with Mexican Carlos Slim claiming the top spot.
The 73 year old Slim, who has been the world's richest man for four consecutive years, is worth and estimated $73 billion.
While most media outlets were focused on the Miami Heat's incredible run, the NBA worst Charlotte Bobcats were putting together a run of their own.
The Bobcats, who finished 2012 with the worst record in NBA history, went an unimpressive 6-20 during the Heat's run, including a 10 games losing streak.
After nine days and over 900 miles, Mitch Seavey became the oldest competitor ever to win the Iditarod dogsled race, his second win.
Seavey's son Dallas won the 2012 race and was the youngest person ever to win.
His father Dan competed in the first two Iditarod races and his son Tyrell has also competed in the race.
Also known as winter storm Nemo, this Nor'easter slammed New England causing as much as 40 inches of snow in some areas.
At the height of the storm as many as 700,000 people were without power across nine states.
More than 6,300 commercial flights were canceled causing travel disruptions across the United States and Europe.
Three Carnival cruise ships ran in to troubles within a month an a half of each other.
On February 10, 2013, the Carnival Triumph, with 3,143 passengers aboard, suffered an engine room fire, leaving the ship adrift for four days in the Gulf of Mexico.
On March 14, 2013, the Carnival Dream experienced an emergency generator failure while docked in port at Philipsburg, St. Maarten. Carnival announced that the passengers would be flown back to Florida rather than completing their scheduled voyage.
On the morning of March 15, 2013, the Carnival Legend suffered a mechanical problem with one propulsion pod while at sea. The cruise line cancelled the Legend's scheduled stop in Grand Cayman, and the ship returned to Tampa, FL.
After a two and a half year absence, Tiger Woods regained the World Number One golf ranking which he has held for a record 624 weeks during his career.
After a series of infidelities was revealed in 2009 and a divorce in late 2010, Woods lost his form and gradually fell to 58 on the rankings.
After winning the 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational, Woods once again regained the top rank.