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The Heat have been a team seemingly defined by their inability to quit. This game five will be the ultimate test to see if that really is this team’s character. Because I won’t lie to you fellow basketball fans, it is not looking too hot if you live in Miami right now. Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo can only do so much to try and win these games for the Heat, and it doesn’t help that Jokic is a force of nature. I’m not saying the Heat will lose game five but I feel pretty confident in saying this series is over.

The Miami Heat have seemed much more like the team that we all thought they were going to be headed into these playoffs. Not the miracle 8th-seed that they have been in this Eastern Conference run. I’m not sure but the Miami shooting that brought this team to the Finals has been cleared away more than my search history after another lonely Friday night. Gabe Vincent and Max Strus, who were downright dynamite in the first three rounds of the post-season have lost their sparks. Max especially in this series can’t seem to be able to hit the broad side of a barn. He went 0 for 4 from the field and had his minutes heavily limited along with Gabe. What I will say that’s positive about the Heat in these Finals is the re-emergence of Ban as a number two option for this team. He actually took more than 10 shots in game four which helped get him to a 20-point, 11-rebound double-double. If the guard play that allowed the Heat to win the playoff series against the Bucks and the Celtics comes back with this version of Bam we may be looking at a series but until then I worry.

The Denver Nuggets are simply outplaying the Heat. I’m not entirely sure what else to say when Bruce Brown goes 8 for 11 from the field and scores 21 points. Which I would like to say is more combined points than Gabe Vincent, Max Strus, and Caleb Martin combined. I have to imagine it’s pretty amazing feeling for the Heat when they were able to hold Jamal Murray to only the fourth most scoring on the entire Nuggets team. However, when you look further into the stat sheet you realize it’s because Aaron Gordon score 27, Jokic scored 23, and Bruce Brown scored 21. Trust me, I’m just as surprised as you guys are that I’ve already mentioned Bruce Brown more than zero times in this article, but the facts are the facts. The Nuggets don’t even need Jamal Murray to be an All-Star to beat this Miami Heat team.

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Written by Warren Loukota


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