Dāvis Bertāns spent 26 minutes on the field with 19 points (1p 3/3, 2p 2/3, 3p 4/7) with very good precision. This is Bertana's most interesting game this season. He also has four rebounds, one result and one ball as well as one blocked bullet, to his account tonight. Bertan also has three notes, but his +/- score was 4 times this time.
Davis Bertan did not enter the first leg, because although Pau Gasol and Ruddy Gay did not play, Derrick White was the first to play for the season, recovering from injury. A short start to Spursa failed, and after four minutes when Heat headed for 15: 4, Greg Popovich immediately replaced the entire starter and sent Bertani to the field.
Bertan did not win his first blow, but then broke out with blocked Opposition Center Hasan Vaisaid. At the end of the first quarter Bertan threw the distance into the game, helping the Spurs feel until 20:27. After that, Bertan returned half time when he came out of the precision distance despite punishment, and also won a penalty kick, earning four points in one attack. Bertan made a spell in the last half of the Spurs attack, but this time he made a mistake and "Heat" kept his lead at 50:42.
In the second half of the year "Spurs" are almost ten times incarnated. Bertan's third quarter was two precision tie-ups from the bottom of the basket, while in the fourth quarter he returned to Spursa's team's hopes when Sanantonio came to 18th place, while Bertan had six consecutive times 6-0. The new Spursa player Brin Forbs successfully played at the end of the game, with four points in turn swapping 88:93, but last time, "Spurs" did not score more and did not finish the game, losing 88:95.
Bertan was the second most successful "Spurs" with 20 points captured by Petite Miles, who needed 22 goals from the game to reach that limit. 18 points for Demar Derouzen, but also helped with 14 rebounds and eight sketches, while Lamarck's Aldridge made a tough fight with Witness, earning only six points (2/14 goals), but Aldridge successfully went under the basket, collecting 16 jumps of bombs .
"Heat" was undone by Wyatt, who won 29 points, collected 20 rebounds and blocked nine Spurs footage, remaining close to the impressive triple-double. "Heat" won, despite being left by their leading players due to injuries – neither Goran Dragic nor Dvina Type, but with Wayne Ellington six miles away.
"Heat" (5-5) – "Spurs" (6-4) 95:88
(27:20, 23:22, 25:22, 20:24)
Heat: White House 29 (20 units, 9 blocks), Ellington 20, Winslow 16, Richardson 14, T. Johnson 9, McGuuder 4 (10 references), Adebayo 2, Olinick 1, Jones.
Spurs: Miles 20, Bertan 19, Derouzens 18 (14 rev.b., 8 episodes), Forbs 12, Belinelli 8, Aldridge 6 (16th floor), Peltls 3, Kaninhems 2, White, Pondeksters.
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