In a league where everything is up for grabs, Miami Heat fans have been in a bind for weeks.
On Wednesday night, the Heat beat the Houston Wizards 113-108, but the fans who stayed home to watch their team lost their minds.
The Heat are 1-2 against the Rockets, but this time the crowd was louder than the one they left.
It’s been a strange season, but a lot of fans are finally starting to see some light at the end of the tunnel.
The game between the teams started with a big-time dunk from Michael Beasley, and things didn’t get any easier for the Heat.
The Rockets made a comeback and took control of the game on the first possession, but it was too little, too late.
After taking control of halftime, the Rockets were able to make the comeback and eventually the game.
It was a complete turnaround for the Rockets.
After making a few mistakes early, the Nuggets got the momentum and pulled away with a 23-point lead early in the third quarter.
The Nuggets finally took control early in overtime, and they were able hold on for a win.
It wasn’t pretty, but if this team can stay on track, it’s possible to take the Heat to the brink.
The Houston Rockets have been outscored by the Miami Marlins 14-7 in their last 16 games.
They have not been able to get the ball to James Harden since January 7.
The Miami Heat are on a three-game winning streak.
The teams last meeting was a 112-106 loss at home on February 2.