The Miami Heat lost Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals to the Boston Celtics by a score of 93-80.
Kyle Lowry had an awful game scoring 0 points, grabbing 0 rebounds and dishing out one assist in 25 minutes of action.
After the game, the six-time NBA All-Star met with the media.
"I gotta play better, I'm playing terrible," Lowry said after the tough loss. "It is what it is. I'm out there, so I gotta do a better job."
The Heat now trail the series 3-2, so the Celtics can win the entire series in Game 6 back in Boston.
After Game 3, the Heat had a 2-1 lead, but the Celtics were able to regain the momentum in the last two games of the series.
Lowry has been dealing with a hamstring since Game 3 of the first-round against the Atlanta Hawks.
He has missed several games in each of the three playoff series that the Heat have been in.
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