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    Tuesday, October 26, 2010

    Boston Beats Miami Heat Despite LeBron's 31

    It was the opening game of the opening season of the NBA 2010-2010 Season.

    There's no other way to start the brand new season than to test the metal of the Miami Heat. Unfortunately Dwyane Wade was not 100 percent when he played because of his hamstring injury. 20 or more points less are the Heat whenever their franchise player Dwyane Wade is injured. They went up against Shaquille O'neal and the Celtics.

    LeBron James was the only bright spot for the Heat. He had 31 points. But he was teased by the crowd saying "they are overrated." LeBron felt bad about their game.

    Boston had a 15 point lead by the end of the first half. In the third quarter they it went down to only 6 points because of LeBron's 15 points. He had a lay-up to make it a 3 point lead in the last 1 minute and 10 seconds of the game but Ray Allen had a three pointer to make their lead bigger and the closer of the game was Paul Pierce when he sank both of his free throws.

    The other member of the Heat's big three struggled. Dwyane Wade only had 13 points and Chris Bosh only had eight points and eight rebounds. The Heat loss by 8 points to the Celtics with the score of 88-80.

    Here are the quarter scores:

    The Heat had a lot of difficulties in stopping Garnett and Shaquille because their new big guy Dexter Pittman out of University of Texas was inactive. The Heat has three players who are inactive due to injuries they are Mike Miller, Dexter Pittman, and Jerry Stackhouse.

    The Heat never led in this game. They always down by 10 or more points.

    Here's the player stats:

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