Miami Heat: Kyle Lowry Just Might Get A Fine For This One

Kyle Lowry #7 and Jimmy Butler #22 of the Miami Heat react to a foul call from the bench(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
Kyle Lowry #7 and Jimmy Butler #22 of the Miami Heat react to a foul call from the bench(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /

The Miami Heat have forced a Game 7 with the Boston Celtics in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals.

Behind a marvelous performance from their best player and a guy that is continuing to climb up the mountain and pantheon of all-time Miami Heat players, Jimmy Butler, the Miami Heat managed to rise from the ashes like a Phoenix to pull Game 6 out.

Like his cohort, teammate, and one of his best friends in the world, Miami Heat point guard and their QB1, Kyle Lowry, also had a great game for his team. It was a resurgent performance for both Miami Heat guys.

Jimmy Butler would nearly finish with 50 points and a triple-double, going for 47 points, nine rebounds, eight assists, four steals, and a block on 16-29 from the floor, 4-8 from range, and a perfect 11-11 from the charity stripe. He did so while only turning the ball over once.

The Miami Heat got a gargantuan performance from Jimmy Bulter and Kyle Lowry Friday night. Lowry had quite the take on Jimmy’s showing though.

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Lowry would add in 18 points, four boards, 10 helpers, a steal, and a block on 5-14 from the floor and 4-9 from range, while also sinking all four of his free throw attempts. Lowry, the man handling the ball the most, would only finish with two turnovers though he would foul of the game.

Lowry was crucial and hit the biggest shot of the contest to keep the Heat in it, but he too knew just how special his teammate had been on the night. Here is what he had to say after the game.

It was appropriate and a pure expression of joyful passion, plus you know he meant it. You know that because that response just flew out, without regard for where or when he was in time.

Well, for a little bit, as he quickly asked the league not to fine him for the explicit words afterward. Of course, being the guy, teammate, and friend that he is, Jimmy Butler encouraged the fine.

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They both deserved all of their flowers for Game 6’s showing though. Hopefully, they can replicate it all Sunday to help carry their Miami Heat to the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors.

Well—all except the fine-worthy language by Lowry.