Eastern Conference

Reacting to Heat’s victory over the Thunder

After Friday’s lost in Dallas, the Miami Heat were looking to get back on track. The rebuilding Oklahoma City Thunder were just what the doctor ordered. Miami had the lead throughout the game, with the exception of the start of the second quarter. They then went on a 20-0 run in the third quarter to pull away. The win puts Miami’s record to 3-3 for the season.

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Recap: Miami Heat’s Victory Over the Milwaukee Bucks

It was a tale of two nights. After a disastrous performance on Tuesday, the Miami Heat put up a much better fight. Miami brought a more defensive intensity to the game. They did a much better job of defending the perimeter. Even though the Milwaukee Bucks went up by double digits, Miami went on a huge run in the second half to close the game. With the win, Miami is now 2-2 for the season.

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Reaction to the Heat’s Win Over the Pelicans

There’s no better way to celebrate Christmas than with a Miami Heat win, especially against a talented young New Orleans Pelicans team. The Pelicans started this game off strong. They even cut an eventual Miami 23-point lead to six in the fourth quarter. However, Miami went on a 18-7 run to close the game with a win, their first of the new season. With all that said, here are four takeaways from Friday’s win over New Orleans.

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The State of the Charlotte Hornets’ Guards

Through one game, the Hornets have a big problem: they have 3 starting guards and 2 guard spots. To be clear, it is not as if Charlotte has some of the top tier guards in the league that could all be the top options on another team. They do, however, have three players that make a great case to start.

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Reaction to the Heat’s Loss Against the Magic

For the third straight time, the Miami Heat opened up their season in Orlando. Miami had a 93-91 lead with 4:30 left in the fourth quarter, but then the Orlando Magic went on a huge run to finish the game.

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It’s Clear James Harden Doesn’t Fit with the Nets

James Harden wants out of Houston and was initially focused on a trade to the Brooklyn Nets, but two sides have to tango in a trade and the Nets shouldn’t want to dance with Houston.

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Three Keys to a Boston Celtics Victory

The Boston Celtics open up their season tonight. The second day of the 2020-2021 NBA season has the Celtics going up against an Eastern Conference powerhouse.

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Three Bold Predictions for the Nets’ 2020-2021 Season

The Brooklyn Nets enter the 2020-2021 NBA season with high expectations and several unknowns. The Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving era is set to begin well over a year after the two Allstars announced they’d be signing with the Nets. The long wait is about to pay off as the team is among the most talented groups in the NBA.

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The Biggest Question Facing Every Eastern Conference Contender In the 2020-2021 Season

The Eastern Conference is wide open this year, but each team has a question mark entering the season, which starts on December 22.

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With Giannis Off the Table, What’s Next for the Miami Heat?

For years, the Miami Heat have game planned for the 2021 free agency class. However, with Giannis Antetokounmpo signing his extension with Milwaukee, 2021 free agency is no longer attractive and all the planning has gone by the wayside. So what’s next for the Heat?

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