The Miami Heat are coming off another disappointing defeat Saturday night to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Starting the game off well, they would take a five-point deficit into the second period, before outscoring the T-Wolves by nearly 20 to take a double-digit lead into the halftime break.
However, after the half, the Minnesota team would continue to put up points while the Miami Heat team could not. They would score 40 plus points in the second period, while they only put up 37 in the entire second half.
That’ll get you beat every time. While this next quandary isn’t a direct cause of their defeat on Saturday, it did play a part, has played a part at times this season, and could directly serve to kill them moving forward.
The Miami Heat’s first-string quarterback, their floor general, their point guard in Kyle Lowry, has to shoot his shots.
Let’s look a little deeper.