Miami Heat vs. Milwaukee Bucks, Live Score, Results and Game Highlights
The Miami Heat dominated the Milwaukee Bucks, 104-91, in Game 3.
Led by Ray Allen, with 23 points, and LeBron James with 22 points, the Heat went off in the 2nd half, outscoring the Bucks 56-41 in the 2nd half alone.
Brandon Jennings' six-game prediction isn't going to happen. I hope he was referring to an NBA 2K13 series he was playing.
Miami Heat 104, Milwaukee Bucks 91
LeBron James and Ray Allen with 45 points, 22 and 23 respectively
Brandon Jennings and Larry Sanders with 16 a piece
Wade had the worst shooting night of his career (1-12) and the Heat still beat the Bucks by 13. Such is life for Miami.— Tom Haberstroh (@tomhaberstroh) April 26, 2013
Chris Bosh is padding his stats in the 4th quarter. He's got a double double with 16 points and 13 rebounds, on 50 percent shooting. Not horrible after an 0-of-6 start.
Heat 102, Bucks 89—55.5 remaining in the 4th quarter
The best part of LeBron's 22 point, 6 assist and 5 rebound performance is the fact that he did it in just 33 minutes of action. He's apparently not a fan of 4th quarters.
Heat 100, Bucks 86—1:39 remaining in the 4th quarter
Maybe Jennings was actually talking about a series he was playing in NBA 2K13 or something ...
Milwaukee can still win the series, but it won't be 4-2 like Brandon Jennings predicted.
— HoopsHype (@hoopshype) April 26, 2013
Heat 100, Bucks 86—2:00 remaining in the 4th quarter
Hey Brandon Jennings, when you tell the world that you are going to take down the reigning champs in 6 games, you probably shouldn't score 14 points on 13 field goal attempts in Game 3.
It's just a idea.
Heat 98, Bucks 82—4:20 remaining in the 4th quarter
There it is ... Larry Sander's typical 5th foul. Aside from his fouls he's had a solid game with 15 points and 11 rebounds. It's just a shame that he's had 2 points in the 2nd half.
Heat 95, Bucks 80—5:11 remaining in the 4th quarter
I've seen regular season games this year with more of a playoff feel than this Miami-Milwaukee.— HoopsHype (@hoopshype) April 26, 2013
The Milwaukee Bucks with a whopping 23 2nd half points. This coming after they dropped 50 in the 1st half.
Solidly terrible effort by the Bucks. Specifically their backcourt of Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis—combined for just 19 points.
Heat 90, Bucks 76—7;28 remaining in the 4th quarter
Ray Allen just passed Reggie Miller for most 3-pointers in playoff history with 321. Heat on way to 3-0 series lead on Bucks.— Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) April 26, 2013
There's a Bucks fan on the baseline area that's tried to scream and yell at Norris Cole and Ray Allen when they've put up their corner threes.
Both Cole and Allen just looked at him with their three goggles up after their drained three balls.
Heat 93, Bucks 71—9:03 remaining in the 4th quarter
The Bucks have 5 players in double digits. The Heat have 3. The difference though is that no Bucks player has more than 13 points. The Heat have LeBron and Allen who have 22 and 17 respectively.
Heat 85, Bucks 71—9:37 remaining in the 4th quarter
If anyone sees this player, please let the Milwaukee Bucks know because they are still looking for him ... Monta Ellis has 4 points on 1-of-7 shooting.
Heat 83, Bucks 69—10:45 remaining in the 4th quarter
If you blinked when the scored was 68-68, this is a solid recap of the past few minutes for the Heat.
LeBron with 22 points on 9-of-13 shooting.
Heat 78, Bucks 68—end of the 3rd quarter
And another one of those Heat runs. It was 7-0 at end of third in Game 1, 12-0 at start of fourth in Game 2.— Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) April 26, 2013
Fouling Samuel Dalembert on an open dunk is about as smart as not golfing in a thunderstorm. He clanks free throws like it's his job.
On the next possession, Dalembert throws Mark Sanchez-esque pass, resulting in an awful turnover at the wrong time for the Bucks.
Heat 78, Bucks 68—end of the 3rd quarter
Ray Allen just beat out Ersan Ilyasova for a jump ball. I'm not sure Ersan understands that he's 6'10''. Those little plays are solid difference makers.
Heat 74, Bucks 68—43.4 remaining in the 3rd quarter
LeBron with the steal and the slam to extend the Heat's lead to 4.
Heat 72, Bucks 68—1:35 remaining in the 3rd quarter
After questioning LeBron's drive right now with just 2 points on 1-of-2 shooting in the 2nd half, he just drained a FILTHY three ball with the shot clock running out.
I feel like he's just letting the Bucks hang around to keep things interesting.
Heat 70, Bucks 66—3:00 remaining in the 3rd quarter
Chris Bosh apparently didn't read the scouting report on Larry Sanders that he could totally obliterate shots around the rim.
Sanders with 13 points, 10 rebounds and one nasty block.
Bucks 66, Heat 64—4:19 remaining in the 3rd quarter
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