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.
Miami’s Big Three finally have their sweep. LeBron James scored 30, Ray Allen had another big game against his old team and the Miami Heat advanced to the Eastern Conference semifinals with an 88-77 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday.
Now it’s Dwyane Wade’s turn to make a decision. The Miami Heat star is getting treatment “around the clock” for his aching right knee, and coach Erik Spoelstra said they’ll wait until Sunday to decide whether he’ll play in Game 4 against the Milwaukee Bucks.
The Miami Heat’s latest spurt might have run the Milwaukee Bucks right out of the playoffs.
Larry Sanders leaned over to LeBron James at one point in Miami and said, “We’re here.” But for how long?
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.
All the Miami Heat really needed was two brilliant minutes to take a two-game lead over the Milwaukee Bucks.
The conversation that set social media sites like Twitter ablaze after the Heat game Sunday night was not so much the performance of the players, but the style choices of its biggest star.
“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.
LeBron James has never taken fewer shots in a playoff game than he did on Sunday night, which at first glance might seem like a good thing for the Milwaukee Bucks.