They responded with a technical knockout.
After nine technical fouls, two ejections and a whole lot of extracurricular pushing and shoving, the end results were as follows: The biggest postseason win in Heat history, the biggest postseason loss in Chicago Bulls history, and tons of fresh venom pulsing through the veins of this now-tied Eastern Conference semifinal series. Miami won 115-78, a stunning outcome for a game that was basically back-and-forth for much of the first half.
Game 3 is Friday in Chicago, where the Heat will have to win at least one game if they’re going to win the series.
Earlier today on The Charlie Bernstein Show, Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld.com talked to Charlie about the Heat-Bulls series and how physical this series has been and will continue to be. Alex also talked about the one team who could give Miami problems.
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