The Los Angeles Lakers rolled to the a 124-114 victory over the Miami Heat giving them a commanding 2-0 lead over the boys from South Beach and taking them a step closer to honoring Kobe Bryant with another championship for the storied franchise (that post HERE).
Los Angeles demonstrated they’re simply the better constructed team, never really losing a grip during the surges Jimmy Butler and the crew would occasionally push while trying to save their season.
Most experts have this series ending at four or five games due to key injuries suffered by Miami in game one including Bam Adebayo. Steve Spoelstra’s crew have given us little space to believe otherwise, but they have put on a show during these playoffs beating an athletic Boston Celtics team and the top seeded Milwaukee Bucks.
Game 3 is Sunday opposite of the NBC Sunday Night Football match up, featuring the underachieving Philadelphia Eagles against the walking wounded San Fransisco 49ers. There could be a split among sports fans depending on how each respective game is going.
It’s very possible this series will be soon giving us the second sport to be successfully concluded during the pandemic after the Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup earlier this week.
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