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Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro drop truth bombs on Heat blowing late leads

Heat, Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro

Players of the Miami Heat expressed their frustration after Saturday’s loss against the Washington Wizards.

Brady Hawk, of 5ReasonsSports, spoke to Jimmy Butler and Tyler Herro after the game.

Jimmy Butler had this to say,

“I just think everybody gotta grow up a little bit and realize if we[Heat] wanna be a really good team, we gotta win these games, we gotta hold onto these leads.”

Tyler Herro added,

“I think we just get a little stagnant at the end of games…It’s a tough one to lose especially on the road. We[Heat] gotta be better finishing games.”

After the Heat started the season on a hot note, they are currently 11-6 after losing to the Wizards on Saturday. Miami got outscored by seven in the fourth quarter and that was the deciding factor of the game.

The Miami Heat have a talented team but they might not be good enough to compete with the other top teams in the Eastern Conference. The biggest offseason move was bringing in Kyle Lowry and he has been horrible for the Heat so far. He’s averaging 12 points per game and only shooting 30% from 3-point range and almost under 40% from the field. If Miami wants a chance to win an NBA title, they’re going to need him to step up and play like he’s capable of.

Miami will take on the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday night. This will be a good game for them to get back on track.