Miami Heat beat Cleveland Cavaliers, Why LeBron James was rested during the crucial match
MIAMI: Miami Heatâ€™s win over Cleveland Cavaliers was impressive. Notwithstanding the fact that both the teams tried their best, the match went to Miami Heat, obviously the better side on that given day. The players who played a paramount role in the impressive win of the Miami Heat included Dwyane Wade who scored 19 points and took the fourth quarter off and Tyler Johnson who added 19 more. The other players too ensured that their side had actually no trouble on the way to beating the Cavaliers 99-84 on Saturday night. The win was the third consecutive loss for the Cleveland. Wade who gave his heart out for the important match said, â€œIt would have been great to play against LeBronâ€¦We’ll see him next time.â€ When it comes to other performers during the all important game, Goran Dragic scored 17 points, Chris Bosh 14 and Gerald Green 12 for Miami, which. Following the impressive win, a beaming Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said, â€œA good professional winâ€¦I liked our guys’ approach.” In the meantime Cleveland Cavalierâ€™s Coach David Blatt insisted it was his decision to sit James after the four-time MVP â€” who talked about wanting to play all 82 games this season â€” logged 45 minutes in the New Orleans game. He went on to add, â€œIt was a situation I felt was not worth riskingâ€. Miami’s lead was 16-12 when James joined the Cavs’ bench midway through the first quarter, and the Heat immediately went on a 14-2 run. The Heat would eventually lead by as much as 27. “From the first minute until the end, we played hard on defense and the offense is clicking a little better,” Dragic said.