Miami Heat’'s Reserves Take on Role as Closers

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Miami Heat’'s Reserves Take on Role as Closers
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This is not the same postseason team that won the NBA championship in 2012 — not even close. It's better. Even with Dwyane Wade coping with soreness and injuries, this team is better. In the final three games of the Heat's first-round sweep of the Milwaukee Bucks, the Heat's second unit, paired with LeBron James, linked together unstoppable runs at either the end of the third quarter or the beginning of the fourth. By the time the Heat's “closers” stepped on the floor to — you know — close out the game, the contests were already decided. Read more here:

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