Brandon Jennings and the Milwaukee Bucks will need to win the next four games to make his prediction come true. The Heat took a 2-0 series lead with a 98-86 win Tuesday Night.
LeBron James struggled to shoot over 80% for a second consecutive game but found other ways to affect the outcome of the game.
Miami toyed with the Bucks for most of the game before the Heat put away Milwaukee for good.
After three quarters, Milwaukee looked confident in stealing a game off the defending champions, trailing only 68-65. Too bad, the Heat weren’t about to let that happen.
Miami started the Fourth Quarter with a 12-0 run and never looked back. Bucks’ guards Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis were very productive in Game One, scoring 48 points but only had 15 points combined off of 5-22 shooting in Game Two.
The Heat’s bench was again a factor in Game Two, scoring 36 points as a unit. We can’t forget to mention the swarming Heat Defense in the Fourth Quarter, which buried the Bucks’ hopes of winning the game.
Milwaukee Head Coach Jim Boylan will have to find answers soon, or his team could be facing a sweep and an early vacation.
Game Three will air Thursday April 25th on TNT.