Miami Heat vs. Golden State Warriors: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Heat

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Miami Heat vs. Golden State Warriors: Postgame Grades and Analysis for Heat
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On a night when LeBron James became the youngest player in NBA history to score 20,000 points, the Miami Heat thrashed the Golden State Warriors, 92-75.

The Warriors were without their starting point guard, Stephen Curry, but taking into account the intense pressure defense Miami put on up and down the court for a majority of the night, there's a good chance his participation wouldn't have made a relevant impact. 

James was unstoppable with the ball, Dwyane Wade showed flashes of his former self and the Heat defense held the Warriors to 36.2 percent shooting in one of its most dominating efforts of the season. 

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