November 2, 2022 (Jack87 News) – The 2022-2023 NBA regular season continued with the Golden State Warriors playing against Miami Heat BK8. After the whole game, the visitors lost to the home team 109-116.
Specific score: 24-33, 32-25, 38-28, 15-30 (Warriors first).
On the Warriors side, Curry scored a triple-double with 23 points, 13 rebounds and 13 assists. In addition, Wiggins penned 21 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists, Draymond Green contributed 5 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals, Kevin Looney chalked 4 points and 3 rebounds, Poole bagged 9 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists, and Klay added 19 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists in his comeback.
On the Heat side, Jimmy Butler led his team with 23 points, 6 rebounds and 8 assists, Struth made 24 points and 2 assists, Lowry gave 13 points, 5 rebounds and 9 assists, Adebayo gave 19 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists and 3 steals, Duncan Robinson scored 17 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, while Tyler Herro had 2 points and 1 rebound after retiring from the game in the second quarter because he was poked in the eye.
As the first quarter starts, Boda8 Wiggins immediately netted a three-pointer, giving the Warriors the first score of the night. The Heat fought back with Caleb Martin’s answered three-pointer. But it is not in Curry’s nature to just watch, so he easily joined with his own three-pointer and also made a layup. Since then, the Warriors started dominating the field. By the middle of this quarter, Draymond Green and Steph each made three-pointers a piece that gave Warriors an 8-point lead. Came the latter part of this section when the Heat exerted their strength on the outside. Struth and Duncan Robinson successively hit three-pointers, and the home team took the opportunity to play an 11-0 attack wave to overtake the score.
During the opening of the second quarter, Looney and Jay-Mike Green succeeded in attacking the basket, temporary worker Tai Jerome also hit a three-pointer, and the Warriors narrowed the score again. In the middle of this section, Adebayo made an alley-oop dunk, so the Heat continued to maintain a slight advantage. Later in the second quarter, Curry made two free throws and his personal score reached double digits. Butler netted a three-pointer and also scored in double figures. But since then, the supporting role of the Warriors has stood up to steal the spotlight. Klay Thompson scored a three-pointer and Wiggins dunked. After halftime, the Warriors continued to lag 56-58.
After changing sides and fighting again, Klay scored a three-pointer to help the Warriors overtake the score. After that, the Splash Brothers took turns firing that gave the Warriors a slight advantage. In the middle of the third quarter, the difference was widened to double digits after Wiggins hit a three-pointer. With these sight in front of them, the Heat never backed down. Under the leadership of Butler, they once again brought back the point difference to single digits. At the end of this quarter, the Warriors led 94-86.
In the final and deciding quarter, Bet99 Jerome and Poole made another three-pointer, and the Warriors continued to maintain an 8-point advantage. But on the Heat side, Strus also continued hitting 3s to stop the point difference from growing. In the middle of this section, Dunro also scored a three-pointer while Adebayo made a free throw for the Heat to successfully overtaken the score. Wiggins made a step-back jumper, and the two sides tied at 109 with 2:07 left in the game. In the final 2 minutes of the showdown, Butler made a layup and scored 2+1, giving the Heat a 3-point lead. The game entered the countdown stage where the Warriors were still 3 points behind. Butler shook off Klay’s jumper and basically killed the suspense of the game. In the end, the Warriors lost 109-116 to the Heat, swallowing a three-game losing streak.