Five Things We Learned From the Miami Heat's Game 2 Win Over the Bobcats
While there are plenty of game recaps to peruse, we at the Pulp like to dig deeper and get into some specific stuff you may or may not have noticed.
Come along with us throughout these playoffs while the Heat continues its quest for a three-peat, as we present to you a handful of things we learned from the games.
Maybe you'll learn something. Maybe you'll just relive a cool moment. Either way, you'll be walking away from these posts having a life-altering experience.
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Here now are five things we learned from the win over the Bobcats in Game 2:
5. The Heat's On/Off Switch Is Annoying
Charlotte's best player is hobbling around on one leg, the Heat have owned them with 18 straight wins over them, and yet Charlotte clawed its way back into the game time and time again. A lot of that was due to the Bobcats being a scrappy bunch, but a lot of that was also due to Miami farting into our collective mouths and getting sloppy against an obviously subpar opponent.
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist finished the game with 22 points, scoring 15 of those points on 75 percent shooting in the first half.
MICHAEL KIDD, MICHAEL KIDD, MICHAEL KIDD....
With Al Jefferson morphing into Ahab with that plantar fasciitis, the Bobcats are overwhelmed in the matchups.
Yet, they still manage to grab rebounds and heave impossible threes and take advantage of the Heat going into NOFUCKSGIVEN mode, bringing games to within five points.
Dick butt, indeed.