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The Miami Heat won’t be back on the court until Monday, but the biggest question surrounding the team is the health of Dwyane Wade’s knees.
After letting the Milwaukee Bucks hang around for a few quarters in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference playoffs, the Miami Heat finally hit the gas and took a 2-0 lead in the series with a 98-86 win.
“We know we can play a better game.” Those words from Miami Heat superstar LeBron James should strike fear in every playoff opponent the Heat has this year.
The Miami Heat will begin the 16-game march to an NBA Championship on Sunday when they host the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.
When the final horn sounded Wednesday night, the Miami Heat not only knocked off the Washington Wizards; the team also set a franchise-record for wins in a season, clinched the top spot in the NBA playoffs and secured home-court through the NBA Finals.
The Miami Heat will take the court in Milwaukee Friday night hoping to avoid history repeating itself as LeBron James and company go for the team’s 21st consecutive victory.
Miami Heat power forward Udonis Haslem is on the cusp of breaking a team record long held by former center Alonzo Mourning.
Based on their performance Monday night, the Miami Heat no longer fear the deer when it comes to the Milwaukee Bucks. The Heat disposed of the Bucks without any problems and they did it on the broad shoulders of LeBron James.
As the Miami Heat prepare to play six games in eight nights including a back-to-back-to-back series; the Heat will need better play from their bench, specifically from guard/forward Shane Battier.