Jacari McRae | February 11th, 2020
After losing three consecutive games, the Miami Heat bounced back with a win against the Golden State Warriors. It wasn’t easy either. Leading by 19 at the half, the Heat watched the Warriors pull within four multiple times in the third period. However, the Heat pulled away in the fourth period to come out victorious. Miami is now 35-18 for the season.
Here are my takeaways from Monday’s game against the Warriors.
Jacari McRae | February 6th, 2020
With so many moving parts ahead of the trade deadline, the Miami Heat entered Wednesday’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers shorthanded. Only eight Heat players were dressed. Miami pushed to an early 12-point lead against the Clippers but eventually ran out of steam. The Heat would go on to lose the game 128-111. Miami’s record is now 34-16 for the season.
With that said, here are my takeaways from Wednesday’s game. Continue reading
Jacari McRae | February 4th, 2020
Unlike the previous matchup, this game was wrapped up after three quarters. After leading the Philadelphia 76ers by four at the half, the Miami Heat scored 41 points in the third period to take a 20-point lead into the fourth. And Miami never looked back finishing the game with a 137-106 victory. Miami now improves their season record to 34-15.
Here are my thoughts on Monday’s game against the 76ers.
Jacari McRae | January 25th, 2020
The Miami Heat suffered their second home loss of the season. This time against another LA team in the Los Angeles Clippers. After building an early 15-point lead, the Heat found themselves playing from behind thanks to a rough third quarter. Miami’s season record is now at 31-14. Continue reading
Jacari McRae | January 18th, 2020
Playing in their 41st game of the season, the Miami Heat finished the night with a victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Miami was in control for most of the game. Even though the Thunder came back, the Heat still found a way to win. The win improves the Heat’s record to 29-12 for the season. Continue reading
Jacari McRae | January 16th, 2020
Home sweet home. Coming off a disappointing three-game road trip, The Miami Heat bounced back with a win over the San Antonio Spurs. And they did it with a much-improved defense, particularly in the fourth quarter. Miami held the Spurs to 23 points on 36 percent shooting in the period. The win puts the Heat at 28-12 for the season.
Here are my takeaways from Wednesday’s victory over the Spurs.
Jacari McRae | January 11th, 2020
With five minutes left in the fourth period, the Miami Heat were up by nine points. Then, the Brooklyn Nets took control the rest of the way with a 17-4 run to close the game. The Nets 2-3 zone made it tough for the Heat’s offense down the stretch. The loss puts the Heat’s season record to 27-11 for the season. They’re also 10-10 on the road.
Here are my takeaways from Friday’s loss to the Nets. Continue reading