The Miami Heat had season ticket holders in attendance, they had the Clippers without Paul George and Kawhi Leonard, they had a 14 point lead after the first quarter. All of this seems to add up to a win, correct? Well, spoiler alert, it did not. The Heat fell to the Clippers last night by a score of 109-105.
Victor Oladipo has had a turbulent NBA career. I mean, seriously, whenever he gets comfortable in a city, he gets traded away just like that. Oladipo was traded this past Wednesday to the Houston Rockets. Yet, he does not seem to be comfortable in Houston. And wouldn’t you know it, a top landing spot for him happens to be the Miami Heat.
While the Bucs have already clinched a playoff spot, seeding is on the line in this one, and so is their pride. Here are a few things to watch for ahead of this Week 17 showdown in Tampa Bay.
While Vikings fans were having flashbacks to the days of Blair Walsh missing chip shots at critical moments, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were flashing back to about 4 weeks ago when the offense was last in sync like it was on Sunday.
Jimmy Butler is coming off an amazing season with the Heat. As a huge part of this team, he has become a better player and leader on and off the court. He will need to continue playing this role as he enters the 2021 season.
The Jacksonville Jaguars had a chance to come away with a win late in Sunday’s matchup against the Browns. But I’m sure the Jaguars executives will thank them later on when they achieve a high pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
The Orlando Magic head into the draft trying to break onto the scene after finishing 8th in the Eastern Conference back-to-back years. The draft has to be the first step in the right direction for them, and here’s how they can make it happen.
Tom Brady and Bruce Arians knew that this was a game they had to have. And they got it.