Friday, May 4, 2012

Miami Heat Overcomes Uneven First Half To Defeat New York Knicks, Take 3-0 Lead

"The only thing more offensive than the language that spewed from the crowd at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night was the form of basketball those angry fans had to witness.

The Heat played like a team that knew the series was already over. There wasn't much energy or effort beyond LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, which left Miami vulnerable for the first time this postseason. But the Knicks just didn't have enough to make this first round even slightly interesting. And so, the Heat had seven more turnovers than assists, shot just 42.6 percent but still defeated the Knicks 87-70 in Game 3 of this first-round series."


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