Miami Heat-Boston Celtics: Miami Meltdown at Heart of Game Two Blowout

April 21st, 2010 by Michael Pinto Leave a reply »
There's not much to say about Tuesday's 106-77 loss that put the Miami Heat in a 0-2 hole against the Boston Celtics in their best of seven opening-round playoff series. 

Embarrassing comes to mind, as do a few other less polite commentaries. 

This was a game that ended roughly two minutes into the second quarter; for all intensive purposes that's when the Heat stopped playing.

The stats for the contest are difficult to even look at, but let's focus on a couple in particular that stand out.

Besides Wade, Miami shot 18-58 on the night. On top of that, Boston had runs of 21-0 and 18-0 in the second and third quarters, respectively. 

You really don't need to know any of the specifics to paint a clearer picture. So instead, we'll move on to the ramifications of the evening.

Wade and Beasley looked one wrong word away from a fistfight on several occasions, with Wade later saying to reporters "I'm tired of answering questions about Beasley not doing this, not doing that. It's on Michael."

Well, it's definitely on Beasley to answer some questions. It's understandable ...

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