Miami Heat vs. the Minnesota Timberwolves: What the Wolves Can Take Away

November 3rd, 2010 by Michael Botsford Leave a reply »
Odd as it may seem, on a night where Dwyane Wade scored 26 points, Lebron James scooped 12 assists and Kevin Love DIDN'T get a double-double, there are some positives to be taken away. 

In the end it was a very comfortable win for the Heat, but the Timberwolves did compete in the first and last quarters, only losing them by 6 and 4. Unfortunately the second and third quarters, where the Wolves lost by 10 and 12, did the damage. This was by no means a game that anyone expected the Wolves to win, or even to compete in. They didn’t, but it’s okay. The Miami Heat are the bigger and stronger dire wolves compared to Minnesota's Timberwolves—and we all know what happened to the dire wolves... right? 

If you had to select a game where you would put good money on the Wolves losing, it would be against the Miami Heat, in Miami. 

Not even the Orlando Magic came away from their game with the Heat with their heads held high. The season is not going to be defined by losing this game. It’s the type of game where if you lose you shrug your shoulders, and if you win it’s a bonus. Especially, when you consider they ...

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