Fans React To The Heat Winning Game 2 Against The Nuggets

Nikola Jokic #15 of the <a href='' >Denver Nuggets</a> dribbles against Bam Adebayo #13 of the Miami Heat during the third quarter in Game Two of the 2023 NBA Finals at Ball Arena on June 04, 2023 in Denver, Colorado.” class=”size-full wp-image-210721″ decoding=”async” height=”692″ sizes=”(max-width: 1024px) 100vw, 1024px” src=”” srcset=” 1024w,×203.jpg 300w,×519.jpg 768w,×101.jpg 150w” width=”1024″/><figcaption class=(Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

TheDenver Nuggetsran the Miami Heat off the court in the first game of the NBA Finals.

It seemed like things could get ugly for Erik Spoelstra s team in the remainder of the series, and some fans and analysts were already talking about a potential sweep.

The Nuggets then jumped to a double-digit lead in Game 2, and it all pointed toward another blowout.

The Heat then found ways to come back behind Gabe Vincent, Duncan Robinson, and even Cody Zeller, eventually tying the series up with one win apiece.

Needless to say, fans online had plenty to say about it.

The Heat might not look like the kind of team that should even be there, yet they continue to find multiple ways of getting their wins right out of the mud.

They don t have superstars, but it feels like there s always someone ready to step up and take over when it matters the most.

It s been Max Strus, Caleb Martin, Gabe Vincent, and even Duncan Robinson.

They ll now get Tyler Herro back on the floor for the remainder of the NBA Finals, and getting their second-leading scorer back at this point in the year could be key to their success.

Of course, one could expect the Nuggets to be heavily favored and get home-court advantage back with at least a win in the next two games in South Florida.

But the Heat continue to make history, and it s time people finally show them some respect.

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