April 13, 2024

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Jimmy Butler "steals" Game 2 against the Hawks

Jimmy Butler “steals” Game 2 against the Hawks

The Miami Heat advanced 2-0 in the first round series against the Atlanta Hawks by defeating them in Game Two on Tuesday 105-115 with a performance for their leader’s history. Jimmy Butler.

The striker practically “stole” the match by adding 45 points in 39 minutes on the field. He also contributed four rebounds and three assists. Butler’s number is quite historic because, according to ESPN Stats & Info research, he is only the fourth player in the past 30 seasons with 45 units and has never made a playoff spin.

In addition to joining the butler LeBron James and Dwyane Wade as the only Heat player in franchise history to score 45 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists in a playoff.

Butler went 15-25 from the field, 4-7 from the arc and 11-12 from the free throw line to lead Miami by a wide margin. None of his teammates, whether starters or bench players, scored even 20 points apart.

Max Strus got 14 units, while Gabe Vincent s Tyler Hero They contributed 11 and 15 points, respectively, coming off the bench.

On the Atlanta side, Bring young He had 25 points, seven assists and six boards, and Bogdan Bogdanovic 29 units contributed as a reserve.

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Miami dominated the first three quarters of points and was only ahead by one point (29-28) in the final quarter of the game.

After 2-0, the series moved to Atlanta for Game 3 that will take place Friday, April 22 at the Hawks Arena.