Heat vs. Jazz: Miami’s Positives in a Game Full of Negatives

November 9th, 2010 by Thomas Galicia Leave a reply »
See, I told you they weren't that good. They don't have size.

Look at those bandwagon fans!

Who's going to stop the big-time point guards?

LeBron is a punk.

There we go, got all of that out of the way, although I'm sure the B/R trolls will still say it, I said it first because three out of four of those things turned out to be true today. Let's look at each one, but I'll put it more in technical basketball terms.


The Miami Heat's Lack of Size Hurt Them Today Against Utah

I'm going to say that it didn't hurt us as much today as Milsap getting hot from three-point land, and the missed free throws did.

Last year Milsap was 1-for-13 shooting threes, meaning you'll take it if he attempts one. But today he was 3-for-3 shooting threes, which single-handedly kept the Jazz in the game at the end of the fourth quarter.

Remember, with less than a minute left to play, we were up eight. Ocho. But the Jazz's strategy of going for quick threes and fouling ended up working, again, mainly because Arroyo and Wade couldn't hit their free throws.

But the lack of size hurt them ...

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