Clippers Vs Heat Statement Time for the Clippers
On February 5 LeBron James and the Miami Heat will visit Los Angeles to take on the
Clippers. The game is scheduled for 10.30 PM and it will be nationally televised. It is
expected to be a fascinating game for every fan inside the Staples Center but also from the
millions of fans watching at home.
Both the Clips and the Heat are teams which provide bunches of spectacle every night. The
Clippers’ big men are accustomed to throwing down devastating dunks and alley-hoops
while on the other end, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh always make sure to
keep the fans’ attention at the highest level.
Doc Rivers will have to come up with a clever plan when it comes to containing the King,
who is shooting at insane rates this season, 58.0 percent, a career-best for him. Dwyane
Wade is clearly not at his best but he can easily score 30 points if he is not guarded closely
by the Clippers.
One aspect of the game the team can make the difference in is rebounding. Miami ranks
last in the NBA in rebounding and the Clips do have one of the strongest big-men duo in the
league, in Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan.
Jamal Crawford will have to record yet another game, providing the much needed assistance
In general, this will be a significant, statement game. Doc Rivers’ group will have to prove
it can beat the defending champs to further solidify its role as a contender in the West this
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