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January 8th, 2011 by rich fernandes Leave a reply »
Miami Heat vs. Milwaukee Bucks

It’s hard to believe that the Miami Heat were able to clinch an overtime win last night (101-95) versus the Milwaukee Bucks in hostile territory and they did it even by shooting garbage percentages, as Miami Thrice was a combined 18-of-58 from the field. 

The Heat were out rebounded by the Bucks 53-to-48 and the Buck’s center, Andrew Bogut grabbed 27 rebounds all by himself. 

But that’s not all, the Heat were also out-shot from the field 44.4 percent to 39.3 percent.  Still there’s more, the Heat had four players in double figures compared to five for the Bucks who also had the game’s high scorer in Chris Douglas-Roberts. 

Points in the paint and fast break points also belonged to the Bucks at 40-to-28 and 17-to-15 respectively.  What about blocks you ask?  Miami blocked six shots to the Bucks nine.

The one category that the Heat came out on top was turnovers (16 for the Heat versus 23 for the Bucks).

Mind boggling to say the least, enough for you to want to scratch your head in disbelief, but a win like this is still a ...

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