Bucks vs Heat Game 2: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
LeBron James: streak of at least 25+ Pts in 16 consecutive postseason games ended tonight. He scored 19 Pts on 6-14 FG.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 24, 2013
Miami went from leading by just three headed into the fourth quarter to win by 12. Dwyane Wade led all scorers with 21 points.
Mike Dunleavy's two free throws cut the lead to 15.
Shane Battier needs stitches in his chin, so I'm guessing his night is over.— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) April 24, 2013
LeBron's outside shooting in the second half has brought down his stellar shooting percentage to a normal player's levels.
Ersan Ilyasova is tied with Dwyane Wade for a game-leading 21 points.
Mike Dunleavy Jr. hits the corner three to make this a 15-point game.
Entering today, LeBron had 25+ pts in 17 straight postseason games (5th-most all-time). He has 17 with 4:30 to go.— Tom Haberstroh (@tomhaberstroh) April 24, 2013
Ray Allen's three puts the Heat up 17.
Battier has left for the locker room with Dr. Harlan Selesnick.— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) April 24, 2013
Larry Sanders has Shane Battier fall on his leg awkwardly and appears to be shaken up.
Interesting thing: the Heat opened the 4th with a 12-0 run. 10 of the 12 points were scored by Norris Cole and the Birdman— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) April 24, 2013
Monta Ellis hits the long two to cut the lead to 13.
Shots in first 2:23 of 4th quarter: Heat 9, Bucks 2.— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) April 24, 2013
And that's a 12-0 run for LeBron and the subs. Andersen is everywhere.— Ethan J. Skolnick (@EthanJSkolnick) April 24, 2013
LeBron finds Norris Cole in the corner for the three and the Bucks are forced to call timeout.
Lebron follow up dunk that didn’t count was more exciting than two thirds of the action tonight.— bandwagonknick (@bandwagonknick) April 24, 2013
LeBron shows off his strength to get to the hoop to put Miami up 8.
Plenty of differences between Game 1 and Game 2, but Jennings and Ellis having 9 combined assists so far is important. Just 5 in Game 1.— Couper Moorhead (@CoupNBA) April 24, 2013
As we head into the fourth, this one has turned out to be much more exciting than anticipated despite quiet nights from Ellis and Jennings.
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