on March 11th, the focus of the NBA regular season Eastern Conference, the Heat head-to-head against the Cavaliers at home, the star of the two teams Butler and Mitchell had a wonderful duel, and in the end Butler successfully led the Heat to complete their revenge
Defeated the Cavaliers 119-115 and ended the opponent’s 3-game winning streak.
At the beginning of the game, the two teams fought with full firepower and were evenly divided. Under the leadership of Mitchell and LeVert, the Cavaliers successfully won the first quarter 27-26.
In the second quarter, the Heat came off the bench and played a wave of attacks to overtake the Cavaliers by 5 points. At the critical moment, Mitchell scored 5 points in a row to even out the difference.
Before the end of the first half, Mitchell once again scored 6 points to help the Cavaliers enter the intermission with a 59-50 lead.
In the third quarter, the Cavaliers once led by 14 points from the outside line. However, at the end of the quarter, the Heat felt warmer and rushed to catch up. The point difference quickly returned to single digits. In the end, the Heat fell behind by 7 points and entered the final quarter.
In the final quarter, Adebayor teamed up with Hiro to score 12 points to reverse the situation. The Cavaliers recovered one point after a timeout and adjustment. At the end of the game, Butler made two free throws to seal the victory.
In the end, the Heat completed a comeback and defeated the Cavaliers 119-115.
Mitchell scored 42 points in this game, LeVert and Okoro scored 16 points each, and Mobley also scored 12 points; for the Heat, Butler scored 33 points and 5 rebounds, Hiro scored 25 points and 9 rebounds, Ah
Debayor had 19 points and 6 rebounds.
Bam Adebayo, Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro, Kevin Love, Gabby Vincent
Donovan Mitchell, Jarrett Allen, Evan Mobley, Caris LeVert, Isaac Okoro
NBA regular season Heat vs. Cavaliers live broadcast – March 11 Heat vs. Cavaliers game results – Butler Mitchell