Well, the Miami Heat have answered their critics again. Not only did the Heat rebound from their game two loss to the Indiana Pacers, they outright clowned the young Eastern Conference team.
LeBron James led all scorers with 22 points, but it was the superb play of his teammates that made the difference for the reigning NBA Champions. Dwayne Wade looked like himself, for the most part. Udonis Haslem scored frequently in the early minutes of game three, fueling the Heat upwards of 70 points in the first half. Chris Bosch went 2-3 from three point land, and Ray Allen added a couple of treys of his own.
If the Heat can give an effort like they did last night throughout the remainder of the playoffs, they are “Never Gonna Stop.” When they play high intensity and physical basketball, no one is going to stand in their way. Especially the young Pacers, who in the end will grow from experiences like last nights game three.
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