Published: Вт, Апреля 17, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Heat end Sixers' streak to tie series at 1-1

Heat end Sixers' streak to tie series at 1-1

Philadelphia's 17-game winning streak was snapped.

And Wade turned back the clock Monday night to score 28 points to lead the Miami Heat to a 113-103 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 2 of an Eastern Conference first-round playoff series.

Our early models for Thursday project Wade for 24.2 FanDuel points at a cost of $4,500.

"A lot of people think that if you do decide to go out it's because you weren't supposed to be able to play no more".

Wade followed that up with a key assist, rebound and bucket to secure the win.

The 76ers took the opposite approach to the start of the third quarter than they did in Game 1, when they this time opened the second half with Amir Johnson on the court and Ilyasova on the bench. Wade made a halfhearted attempt at reaching out his hand toward a fallen defender before he scooted on his way.

With the script now flipped.

As Curry remains out likely for the entire series nursing a sprained left knee, the Warriors used all the offensive power they had to take both home games in the best-of-seven series. Belinelli and Simmons each had nine points to pace the Sixers. In Game 1, the Spurs shot 40 just percent while going 9 for 22 from deep and got outrebounded 51-30.

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The 76ers center was ruled out for Game 2 on Monday (AEDT) despite clearing the NBA's concussion protocol. Robert Covington was only 3-13 shooting and J.J.

The Sixers couldn't overcome Miami's physical, suffocating defense.

The 76ers could soon get their defining Process moment from Embiid. The 76ers - as shown by Brown's comments - understand that, though they'd probably appreciate it if Embiid didn't make social media posts like this one.

He knew what was coming from the Miami Heat, if not exactly how it would be coming. But things changed quickly in the second quarter. McConnell get minutes in the second half and not Markelle Fultz?

The Sixers sorely needed Embiid, their All-Star center out with a broken orbital bone, to settle them as they fell into a quick a 16-point hole.

Embiid is obviously also a major factor on the other end.

After scoring five to end the quarter, the Sixers gave up five straight to start the fourth as Miami went back up by 17.

Head coach Brett Brown acknowledges the Heat's strong showing in game 2.

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