Miami Heat Index: Young Duo Leads Heat To Win Over Celtics

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Warm: The Point Guards Didn’t Ruin Everything

C-. <strong><i>Stats: 21 Min, 2-8 FG, 1-5 3FG, 0-0 FT, 4 REB, 3 AST, 1 STL, 0 BLK, 1 TO, 5 PTS</i></strong><br /> Shabazz Napier came out aggressive and was unapologetic in his efforts to lead the offense. However, on a night when no one shot particularly well, Napier’s shot wasn’t falling either. That probably led him attempting fewer shots as the game went on.. PG. Miami Heat. SHABAZZ NAPIER

C-. <strong><i>Stats: 23 Min, 2-5 FG, 0-0 3FG, 0-0 FT, 2 REB, 4 AST, 0 STL, 0 BLK, 1 TO, 4 PTS </i></strong><br /> Not a complete train wreck. I’ll take it.. PG. Miami Heat. NORRIS COLE

<strong><i>Stats: 24 Min, 3-6 FG, 0-2 3FG, 2-2 FT, 3 REB, 0 AST, 1 STL, 0 BLK, 3 TO, 8 PTS</i></strong><br /> Another high-energy effort from James Ennis. Showing flashes as a savvy cutter, Ennis took off from about 28 feet from the rim after an offensive rebound by Tyler Johnson, putting himself in position for a perfect cut to the rim. However, he crashed into a Celtics guard and was called for the offensive foul. That was a good play (or lucky positioning) by Boston, but the important thing is that Ennis is understanding where to find space and make himself available. It’s impressive for a guy only in his first season in the NBA.. SG. Miami Heat. JAMES ENNIS. C

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