Flash in Action
The Miami Heat were able to hold off a determined Philadelphia 76ers team last night through the help of Heat legend Dwyane Wade. With a heat franchise record 28 points off the bench, Wade was 11 of 17 from the floor with a crucial mid-range jumper with 45 seconds left to seal the game. The Heat came back with defensive grit after being blown out by 27 points in game 1. The Sixers were held to 20% shooting from three point range. Physicality ruled the nature of this game as the Heat controlled the pace and ball movement. For Philadelphia, Ben Simmons finished the game with 24 points, 9 rebounds, and 8 assists.