The Heat's Offense Looks Like It Did In The First Quarter

Once again, the Miami Heat’s offense is too perimeter-oriented. Here, it’s not entirely Miami’s fault. They have a lot of non-threats on the floor, and the Boston Celtics are helping off them to load up on LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. That said, Miami needs to figure out a better way to get James and Wade catching the ball closer to the basket.

On the other end, the Celtics have made some beautiful offensive adjustments, throwing in a lot of misdirection to confuse Miami’s help defenders.

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