The Heat clawed one back in game 3, with a confident performance that saw that game finish 115-104. Game 4 is pivotal for both sides. A win would likely tie up the series for the Lakers, while a win for the underdogs would really open things up for the final 3 games.
The Lakers took game 1 and game 2 without too much trouble. The Heat is without Bam Adebayo in their last game, as well as the Slovenian vet Goran Dragic due to a foot injury.
Tip-off is slated for 9 pm ET at the Orlando NBA bubble. The Laker will go into this one the favourites, but the momentum is with the Heat right now. Let’s see how things might play out.
#NBAFinals Game 3 Mini-Movie 📽️@JimmyButler put out a legendary performance in the @MiamiHEAT's Game 3 victory, with 40 PTS, 11 REB and 13 AST to become only the third player in NBA Finals history with a 40-point triple-double!— NBA (@NBA) October 5, 2020
GAME 4 ▶️ Tuesday, 9pm/et, ABC pic.twitter.com/zWn8OgNlOI