Thursday, February 2, 2023

Willie Hernangomez has no minutes in duel of errors between Heat and Pelicans

loss miami heat They beat the New Orleans Pelicans (100-96) this Sunday in a game riddled with errors by both teams with very poor records in turnovers and shooting success.

The Heat win their fourth straight home game, the ‘new’ Miami-Dade Arena Once they have already retracted all the advertising claims of FTX company.

tyler herro He was one of the few defendable with his 26 points and 40% success rate on triples, a percentage that seemed like an odyssey to the rest of the players. Bam Adebayo and Jimmy Butler With 18 goals each, they eventually made up their numbers.

Pelican, in which Trey Murphy was the leading scorer with 17 points and in which the Spanish willie hernangomez He didn’t have minutes, worsening his situation with his fourth loss in a row.

without Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram Once again, the Pelicans learned their lesson last Wednesday when they were never up on the scoreboard against Miami at home. Thus, the Pelicans got off to a good partial start, going 6-16 under the leadership of outstanding men Jonas Valancius and CJ McCollum.

Many problems for the Heat when it comes to finding a basket, thanks to New Orleans’ great defense, which gave them barely any shooting options, and they were all in a great hurry.

Spoelstra’s rotations did not fix the problem, while nine players in the Pelicans’ rotation never lost a game in the first quarter.

There were several Miami turnovers, up to eight in the first period, which were taken advantage of by the Pelicans with quick turnaround times to create a notable advantage on the scoreboard.

Midway through the quarter, Tyler Herro saved his team by scoring six consecutive points and helping Butler complete the game-changing response.

Miami matched the level of intensity and competed, but without the consistency. His concentration left much to be desired and this was reflected on the last play of the quarter, when Devonte Graham recovered the ball and scored at the buzzer from midfield.

Thus at the end of the quarter earnings for the visitors (23-32) remained at nine digits. At that time, Butler only made one shot at the basket in ten minutes played.

The same story repeated early in the second quarter, another 0–8 start for New Orleans, which at the time had Trey Murphy III as an offensive reference.

The turnover count didn’t stop rising for either, but Miami’s turnovers reached thirteen at halftime. And the distance in the light was increasing. The Pelicans had 16 rental locations.

This was explained by the poor shooting statistics of the locals. Tyler Herro hit the team’s second 3-pointer with a minute to go before halftime, and by then the count had dropped to one hit and ten misses from the perimeter.

That three-pointer opened a new response for the Heat to re-enter the game with a 10-0 run, which could have been greater had Kyle Lowry’s launch from midfield entered on time. With the score 41–47 the teams went to the changing rooms.

The first half nonsense continued, but the local offense improved and things evened out.

The lead subsided, and the Heat took the lead for the first time three minutes into the third quarter with two free throws by Butler (65–63).

The statistic that best explained the lack of cadence and personality on the court was a total of 35 turnovers between the two teams leading into the final quarter with everything decided, with the Pelicans leading 69–72 before the final period.

The game slowed down, bugs kept happening and the score very carefully went up in numbers.

Miami was the most motivated team in the last minute to win. Oladipo recovered a very important ball with fifteen seconds remaining and with one up for Miami (97–96), he received a personal foul by Trey Mupree III. He was able to make the punt, but missed the first free throw for not remembering the script of the game.

With fifteen seconds left, New Orleans needed a 3-pointer, but committed a violation with five seconds left and the ball went back to Miami.

A bad delivery from Lowry hit Butler, who had to go for a jump ball with Daniels 14 seconds behind. Velancius kept the ball and the Pelicans had another chance to win it after a timeout.

McCollum missed the three and the rebound went to Oladipo, who did it this time, making two free kicks for the final score 100–96.

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