76ers lose Game 2 to Miami 113-103

Jose Verdugo
Abril 17, 2018

Philadelphia went 7 of 35 from beyond the arc, while veteran guard Dwyane Wade's ressurregence (28 points) helped vault the Heat to victory.

Embiid has already been ruled out of Game 2, however, so Whiteside's role should be limited Monday night.

They battled back in the 4th quarter, but it wasn't enough.

The series, knotted at 1 game apiece, will move to Miami for Game 3 on Thursday.

Scoring 21 first-half points on 7-of-7 shooting, Wade gained an achievement surpassing Celtics legend Larry Bird for the league's 10th All-time playoff scoring spot and more work to do.

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After the game, Whiteside said he had faith in the coaching staff, but there have been trust issues between him and Heat Coach Erik Spoelstra for some time now.

The loss ends the Sixers' 17-game winning streak but it doesn't sap the team of hope for a deep playoff run.

That also didn't work out well, which ended in a disaster, and the team initiating the largest trade and team turnover at once in NBA History, but for Wade, it landed him back to where he belonged, with the Heat.

Now Philadelphia's task is to regroup and ensure Miami's Game 2 victory wasn't a knockout punch.

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