Brandon Knight had 17 points and six assists and the Milwaukee Bucks put seven players in double figures on the way to beating the Miami Heat 109-102 on Tuesday night.
The Miami Heat will see a familiar foe at the helm of their Tuesday night opponent.
Hassan Whiteside, the Miami Heat’s newly discovered star, turned in one of the best games any big man has played in the NBA this season.
The NFL and NHL held their respective All-Star games last weekend, but that doesn’t mean basketball took a back seat.
Don’t look now but the Miami Heat may be turning their season around.
After narrowly holding on for a win against Indiana on Friday, the Miami Heat are back on the road to face a division leading team.
For making an obscene gesture toward heckling fans, Dwyane Wade was fined $15,000 by the NBA and even had his phone and television privileges revoked at home by his family.
Luol Deng scored 23 points, Chris Bosh added 19 and the Miami Heat survived another second-half struggle at home, hanging on to top the Indiana Pacers 89-87 on Friday night.
Pat Riley stood along a wall in what the Miami Heat call “Championship Alley,” the hallway that links the team’s locker room and the court inside AmericanAirlines Arena.
Kemba Walker scored 15 points, Bismack Biyombo had 12 points and 12 rebounds, and the surging Charlotte Hornets edged the Miami Heat 78-76 on Wednesday night.