Miami Heat Score
April 24, 2011 by staff
Miami Heat Score, The Sixers came back from his deathbed. Behind 82-76 with less than two minutes remaining, Philadelphia hosted a rally to defeat the Miami Heat, injections of Evan Turner, Jrue Holiday, and, finally, Lou Williams, with 8.1 seconds left to close Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series on a 10-0 run and claim a 86-82 victory.
Heat, as seems to have happened with all the deficits of a possession in the closing seconds of a game this season, failed to capitalize on a chance to tie the game after being shot by Williams. Elton Brand row altered a LeBron James, and the Sixers came up with the rebound and free throws to salt away the game.
That’s a disappointing result for the Heat, who lost his magnificent efforts of James (31 points, seven rebounds, six assists) and Dwyane Wade (22 points, eight rebounds, five blocks, four assists, three steals) in defeat.
Williams and Turner led the Sixers with 17 points apiece off the bench, hot stocks, overall, had only 16 points.
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