The Miami Heat lost a heartbreaker to the Golden State Warriors, as they lost 97-95 on their home court. Jarret Jack found Draymond Green for an easy layup with a second left in the fourth quarter, as the rookie shook Shane Battier and found himself wide open under the rim.
This was the sixth straight win for the Warriors, as they continue to be one of the NBA's most surprising teams.
The Heat fall to 14-6 and 10-2 at home, as their bench contributed just 19 points to the effort. While that type of production is already abysmal, it becomes even worse when Ray Allen's 14 points is removed from the equation.
Miami has a lot of questions surrounding their bench, and it could come back to haunt them in the playoffs.
Both James and Dwyane Wade hit the deck hard in the second quarter, although each superstar turned out to be fine.
The Warriors deserve credit for upsetting the defending champions on their home court, although the Heat aided in that effort by committing 17 turnovers.