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Obviously, Miami controlled most game, then tried to give it away in the final minute, before ultimately coming up with the victory to take a 2-0 series lead.
And the Heat can ill afford to actually get complacent or play sloppy basketball like we saw toward the end of Game 2.
Miami shot 45.7 percent from the field, including 17 of 45 from three-point range, and overcame a 50-38 beating on the glass to take the victory.
The Heat enters this one 7th in the league in postscoring offense with 112.7 points per game this season.
Miami is 8th in the league in rebounding with 44.3 boards a contest while the team stands 6th in assists by dishing out 23.2 dimes a night.
The Heat stands 2nd in the league in scoring defense as they allow 103.5 points per game.
Goran Dragic is actually leading the Heat with 23.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game in the postseason.
Jimmy Butler contributes 22 points, 4.7 rebounds, four assists and 2.5 steals per contest while Tyler Herro chips in 15.7 points plus four rebounds a night.
Milwaukee rallied on multiple occasions to stay in the game Wednesday night but ended up on the short end of the stick at the buzzer.
The Bucks now find themselves in a 2-0 hole, only four NBA teams that were a top seed in the postseason went down by that margin in a first or second-round
Two of them (Phoenix in 1993 in a best of five series and Boston in 2017) managed to rally to win but it’s clearly an uphill climb.
The Bucks were down six in the final minute only to tie the game with 4.3 seconds to play on three free throws by Khris Middleton.
On the ensuing possession, Giannis Antetokounmpo fouled Jimmy Butler with no time left: he hit two free throws and that was that.
Milwaukee shot 43.5 percent from the field, including seven of 25 from three-point range, but turned the ball over 14 times, leading to 22 Miami points.
Miami led by 11 after one quarter, by as many as 13 in the game, by 10 with 7:50 to play and by six with under 30 seconds to play
Meanwhile, with the game on the line, Jimmy Butler drew a foul at the buzzer and calmly drilled two free throws to walk off the floor a winner.