The Miami Heat just have to find a way to make some shots

Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra watches from the sideline as they take on the Boston Celtics( David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports)
Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra watches from the sideline as they take on the Boston Celtics( David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports) /

The Miami Heat came out on Friday night in the first game after the All-Star break to put up a complete dud against the Bucks in Milwaukee. Leaving Fiserv Forum with the worst taste in their mouth, the Miami Heat came out and showed off the most inept offense they could muster up.

Shooting under 40 percent from the field, they would only outdo themselves from the three-point line, where they would shoot just 22 percent. But here’s the thing and if the Miami Heat shot-making wasn’t poor enough, the Milwaukee bucks just couldn’t seem to miss.

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Shooting nearly 50 percent from the field overall, they would also accompany that number by shooting just over 41 percent from three-point range. And it wasn’t all bad defense by the Miami Heat.

Sometimes, the Miami Heat could’ve been better in their execution defensively, however, at times the Bucks just made everything they put up. So where do the Miami Heat go from here?

And let’s not kid one’s self, it’s been an issue at different points all season long.

The Miami Heat couldn’t make shots Friday and it’s an issue that has plagued them, at times, all year. Finding shot-making will be key down the stretch.

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On a fix, it’s hard to say, but it simply surrounds making shots. This was only Duncan Robinson’s second game since coming back from injury, so hopefully, he continues to improve from deep territory, something he was showing an inkling of prior to his long absence.

Kevin Love only took four shots, meaning that you hope he begins to let it go more freely with greater comfort in the Miami Heat offense. Tyler Herro did make three of his seven three-point attempts, but he only made five of his 15 shots overall, which is not nearly efficient enough, but at least he made a few shots—I guess.

Perhaps with less burden and stress on him, minutes-wise, Max Strus can begin to hit a couple of the shots as well. Gabe Vincent didn’t shoot the ball well either, at all, but he typically hits more than he doesn’t.

At the end of the day, it just comes down to making a shot sometimes and the Miami Heat couldn’t on Friday. Saturday gives them a chance to get back on the right side of things though, slightly at least, as they take on the Charlotte Hornets.

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And that’s the best thing for them right now, which is to get right back on the floor after their putrid showing Friday night.