Jun 15, 2014, 10:17 PM EDT
SAN ANTONIO — After a hot start, Miami’s offense pretty much evolved into isolations and not much ball or player movement in the second half. Which made them very easy to guard. Which is why they were down 19 after three quarters.
That play pretty much sums up Game 5 for the Heat offense.
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