Post Up: Cavs In Control

The Cavs, Heat and Clippers all take 2-0 series leads.
by April 21, 2016
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Hornets 103, Heat 115 (Miami leads 2-0)

The Heat missed just three shots during a 43-point second quarter and never looked back. Charlotte shot just 1-16 from beyond the arc. Dwyane Wade dropped 28 points with 8 dimes and swooped in from out of nowhere in the third quarter to stuff Kemba Walker’s three-point attempt.

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Pistons 90, Cavs 107 (Cleveland leads 2-0)

The Cavs hit 20 shots from behind the arc, tying an NBA record for number of threes in a single playoff game. LeBron led the way with 27 points and was not impressed when Marcus Morris left him wide open on the perimeter in the third quarter.

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LeBron was fired up the whole game. Case in point:

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Blazers 81, Clippers 102 (L.A. leads 2-0)

The Clippers turned in an all-around strong effort, led by Chris Paul’s 25 points. The Blazers weren’t doing themselves any favors either, shooting 34.1 percent and a dreadful 5-26 from outside. DeAndre Jordan recorded a team-high 18 rebounds and 5 assists, and was perhaps fired up by a surprise punch to the jaw by Clippers’ assistant coach Mike Woodson.

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