Dwyane Wade wants Miami to avoid fourth quarter battles
After three consecutive close contests, the Miami Heat was finally able to close out their opponents well before the final buzzer.
As in their previous four contests, Miami was able to build a huge lead, only to see it dwindle down late in the game. Following their wire-to-wire 117-88 blowout of the Brooklyn Nets, veteran guard Dwyane Wade said that Miami needs to sustain their leads to avoid several fourth quarter battles, per ESPN.
Miami looks to build on their win last night as the scorching hot rookie Trae Young and the Atlanta Hawks pay a visit to South Beach on Tuesday.