Miami Heat vs. Dallas Mavericks: Live Analysis, Score Updates, Highlights
LeBron James made six of his first seven shots and gave the Heat an early lead that the Mavericks never could recover from. Heat win easily, 110-95.
It's over in Dallas. The Mavericks lose by 15, but the box score doesn't reflect how much of a blowout this was by Miami.
The Mavericks are really looking forward to getting Dirk back.
Dallas calls timeout with 2:17 left.
The Mavs don't have any players shooting above 50% from the field tonight.— Jared Dubin (@JADubin5) December 21, 2012
Ray Allen's And-1 layup plus free throw puts the Heat score at 103.
Fight! Fight! Fight in the stands! People punching each other here in Dallas.— Joseph Goodman (@MiamiHeraldHeat) December 21, 2012
Spoelstra's freaking out. LeBron better not get too comfortable.— Ethan J. Skolnick (@EthanJSkolnick) December 21, 2012
The Mavericks bring the game to within 20 and the Heat call timeout.
Another solid night for LeBron James.
No LeBron or Wade on the court for the Heat. I doubt we see them again tonight.
Vintage Vince Carter. Too little, too late.— Earl K. Sneed (@EKS_MavsNBA) December 21, 2012
Vince Carter hits the jumper for the first two points of the fourth quarter.
At this point, it's entirely possible the Heat could finish out the year as a Top-10 defense.— Couper Moorhead (@CoupNBA) December 21, 2012
The Heat have a 30-point lead at the end of the third quarter. Note that just Jae Crowder is the only player on the Mavericks in double digits with 10 points.
Dwyane Wade matched the Mavericks point for point in the third quarter while he was out there. 13-13.— Tom Haberstroh (@tomhaberstroh) December 21, 2012
LeBron goes and daps kids courtside. Say what you want, the man is still the face of the league.— Earl K. Sneed (@EKS_MavsNBA) December 21, 2012
Carlisle's body language says it all.
It's almost like the Heat have been hearing everyone say they aren't the best team right now. They aren't messing around tonight.— NBA Guru (@NBAGuru) December 21, 2012
Timeout Heat. They have a 31-point lead.
LeBron James has scored 20+ points in 28 straight regular-season games.The NBA record for most 20-pt games in row? Wilt Chamberlain (126).— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 21, 2012
D-Wade with the offense board and score. Mavs down 31, the largest deficit of the night.— Earl K. Sneed (@EKS_MavsNBA) December 21, 2012
Dallas doing an awful job taking care of the ball tonight.
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