Sometimes, This Game Is So Simple

The Miami Heat have now scored on their last 10 possessions, all because they’re running simple high pick-and-rolls for LeBron James. By widening the court and running the pick-and-rolls at the top of the key instead of on the side, the Heat are properly taking advantage of their small lineup.

You’d think the Heat couldn’t keep doing this all game, but keep in mind that this was basically how the Oklahoma City Thunder blew out the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 1.

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