Excellent Live News: on January 5th, the NBA regular season continued, and the Miami Heat played at home
The Thunder, the Thunder was weak offensively in the second quarter, and they failed to score for more than 7 minutes in the third quarter. The Heat took the opportunity to blast a 24-3 climax to expand the point difference to 25 points, and led to 34 points in the final quarter.
The Heat beat the Thunder 118-90.
In the first quarter, Butler hit the basket and scored 4 points to open the scoring, and other Heat players also made contributions on the offensive end. Adebayor and Olynyk then jointly scored 9 points to help the team achieve 16-
7’s opening lead.
The Thunder got off to a slow start, and Bazley’s 2 1 was one of the few bright spots in the team’s start, and then Alexander also hit a jumper near the free throw line.
However, the Heat, which entered the state early, failed to consolidate their lead, and the slightly passive Thunder quickly caught up to the score. Alexander then added 4 points, and with Bazley’s outside three-pointer, the Thunder quickly caught up to the score.
At the end of the duel, the two sides were evenly matched. The Heat’s Hiero and Bradley won one inside and one outside, while the Thunder relied on Muscala’s 3 1 and Jackson’s steals at the last moment to tie the score and end the first quarter.
In the second quarter, the Thunder continued the touch at the end of the first quarter, and Maledon hit a three-pointer when he came up.
Iguodala responded with a three-pointer from the bottom line.
The shooting percentage on both sides began to drop slightly, and many shots from the outside ended in iron.
At 8 minutes and 50 seconds, Adebayor received a dunk from Bradley in the air, breaking the deadlock for the team.
Then Dragic hit a three-pointer, and the Heat once again pulled the point difference to 6 points.
Even though the Thunder quickly called a timeout, they still couldn’t restrain the Heat after the timeout.
The Heat took advantage of Butler’s consecutive scoring and opened the point difference to double digits.
They managed to keep the point difference until halftime.
After halftime, the Thunder trailed the Heat 49-63.
After changing sides, Bezley scored two consecutive three-pointers and scored 8 points in a row with penalties. He led the Thunder to play a wave of 14-4 to catch up with only 4 points.
Olynik scored three three-pointers and a layup from the basket. The Thunder’s offense was completely cut off for nearly 7 minutes without scoring.
After scoring 5 points, Iguodala also made a three-pointer. The Heat blasted a wave of 24-3 attacks and achieved a huge lead of 25 points with 91-66 at the end of the three quarters.
In the last quarter, although the Heat had achieved a huge advantage in the score, in order to ensure the victory of the game and not be overturned by the opponent, they still put the main players such as Adebayor and Duncan Robinson on the court.
At 9 minutes and 21 seconds into the game, Dragic scored a breakthrough layup, and the difference between the two sides came to 30 points.
The game lost its due suspense and completely entered the garbage time.
In the rest of the time, the two sides also gradually sent substitute players to play.
In the end, the Heat won a big victory over the Thunder at home.
Thunder vs Heat Full Game Replay
Thunder vs Heat Full Game Replay
Scores and statistics of the two sides: Scores in a single quarter: 26-26, 37-23, 28-17, 27-24 (Heat team in front) Thunder (2-4): Alexander 18 points, 2 rebounds and 4 assists, Bazley 16 points
8 rebounds and 2 steals, Dort 12 points and 2 assists, Jackson 6 points and 7 rebounds, Maledon 7 points and 2 assists.
Heat (3-3): Adebayor 20 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists, Olynyk 19 points and 8 rebounds, Butler 18 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists, Robinson 12 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists, Shiro 7 points, 9 rebounds and 8
Assists, Dragic 7 points and 7 assists, Bradley 8 points, Iguodala 9 points.
Both sides start: Thunder: Alexander, Hill, Bezley, Dort, Horford Heat: Hiero, Robinson, Olynyk, Butler, Adebayor