Miami Heat Match Intensity Of The ‘Bad Week’ With A ‘Good’ One

Kyle Lowry #7 of the Miami Heat gestures after a basket against the Miami Heat in the second half at Scotiabank Arena(Photo by Cole Burston/Getty Images)
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Miami Heat Match Intensity Of The ‘Bad Week’ With A ‘Good’ One

Nothing to write home about, they would begin that surge by obliterating an undermanned Sacramento squad at home. They would follow that up, just two days later, by going to Boston and doing something they hadn’t been able to do all year long.

Though without their defensive anchor in the middle, with Robert Williams going down with a meniscus injury, the Miami Heat would take care of the Boston Celtics at their place in the TD Garden.

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The week was far from over though. They would then go to the United Center in Chicago on Saturday to continue one of their more brilliant streaks of dominance this season.

They would, once again and for the fourth time this season, spank the Chicago Bulls. They’ve owned the resurgent Bulls squad all year long.

Finally, they would finish the week out on Sunday in another huge matchup. This one would see them go way up north to a place familiar with a particular first-string quarterback for the Miami Heat.