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Heat Can't Get It Together Again

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MILWAUKEE -- Miami has played two really good quarters of basketball in the past two nights.

Unfortunately for the Heat, they didn’t come in the same game.

On Friday, the Heat steamrolled the Pistons in the first before losing by 10.

On Saturday, Miami rebounded from a double-digit halftime deficit with a huge third quarter — only to watch the Bucks blow past it in the fourth en route to a 104-85 win at the Bradley Center.

 

 

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