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Charlotte Bobcats vs Miami Heat: Game 2 | Full Game Highlights | April 23, 2014 | NBA Playoffs 2014

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The Miami Heat have won the last 11 series in which they have taken a 2-0 lead. ☑ Viewed? ☐ Liked? ☐ Subscribed? SUBSCRIBE For more NBA Videos Like Us on FB: https://www.facebook.com/NbaRumorsGossip Follow Us @: https://twitter.com/NBARumorsGossip Also SUBSCRIBE to https://www.youtube.com/user/NBAHighlightsDaily1 Check out HOT Vines! at https://www.youtube.com/user/WorldWideofVines .:: All video contents belongs to National Basektball Association::. Not affiliated with the NBA or any of its partners - All video contents belongs to their respective copyright holders. All credit goes to Time Warner Cable Sportsnet, ESPN, NBA TV and TNT THE LEAD: LeBron James handled the scoring and Dwyane Wade came up with a big defensive play late in the Miami Heat's 101-97 victory Wednesday against the Charlotte Bobcats. The Heat now lead the first-round, best-of-7 series 2-0. James scored a game-high 32 points on 11 of shooting. He also had eight assists and six rebounds. The Bobcats had a chance to force overtime when they trailed by three in the closing second before Wade recorded a key steal. After being fouled with 1.6 seconds remaining, Wade converted a free throw to ice the game. Chris Bosh finished with 20 points and five rebounds for the Heat while Wade added 15 points and six rebounds. The Bobcats were competitive despite ailing center Al Jefferson, who was dealing with a sore left foot. He had 18 points and 13 rebounds but shot just 9-of-23 from the field. Forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist led the Bobcats with 22 points and 10 rebounds. QUOTABLE: "It doesn't matter who you play. Once you get to this level it gets highly competitive and we expect a dog fight when we go up to Charlotte." -- Heat coach Erik Spoelstra THE STAT: The Heat held the Bobcats to just 42 percent shooting. TURNING POINT: Trailing by 3, the Bobcats had a chance to tie but Chris Douglas-Roberts was stripped by Wade, who was then fouled with 1.6 seconds remaining. QUOTABLE II: "I think we are still really confident on the series. We just have to learn from our mistakes ... We are going back home and back to the drawing board. We are going to dissect these guys and get ready for the next one." -- Bobcats guard Kemba Walker HOT: Bosh recovered from a recent slump by making 8-of -1 from the field, including four 3-pointers. More importantly, he was just more aggressive in other areas. This was the most active he has been rebounding and defending the past few weeks. NOT: Bobcats reserve Gary Neal made just 1-of -8 shots and finished with three points. Charlotte will need to find some scoring from its supporting cast if it wants to remain alive in the series. GOOD MOVE: The Big Three of Bosh, James and Wade finally got it going simultaneously in the fourth quarter. Even though the team was outscored, the three All-Stars combined to score 19 of the Heat's 22 points in the final quarter. BAD MOVE: The Bobcats blew it on the possession when Douglas-Roberts got trapped on the sideline. Being unable to get off a final shot in a three-point game just makes the loss even tougher to swallow. NOTABLE: The Heat have won 18 straight games against the Bobcats ... James became the third player since 1990 to have a postseason game with at least 32 points, six rebounds, eight assists and four steals