Fast Breaks: Heat-Celts, Game 2
BOSTON -- With
Even so, the Heat were up 29-25 early in the second quarter when his effort wore them down and out: Over the next 16:32 the Celtics outscored them 44-8, and Davis was responsible for launching that marathonish sprint. At 289 pounds, he was outrunning and outworking everyone, routinely beating his opponents down the floor to establish early post position. When he dived for a loose ball the thump was heard on the ninth floor in the hockey press box. When he was tripped up and landed on top of flattened Heat guard
Allen and Davis benefited from ball movement that resulted in assists for all but 10 of Boston's 36 field goals. "Baby was great because he was a byproduct of the passing from our bigs," said Rivers. "The reason he made layups was because (
When asked if Beasley needed to provide more production, Wade was abrupt. "I'm tired of answering questions about Beasley not doing this, not doing that," said Wade. "It's on Michael."