Heat improve to 8-0 at home, run past injury-ravaged Warriors 122-105
TIM REYNOLDS AP Basketball Writer
November 30, 2019, 4:19 AM
4 min read
A big lead had almost entirely slipped away, and the Miami Heat showed no sense of panic.
With good reason.
A 27-8 third-quarter run allowed the Heat to pull away and beat the Golden State Warriors 122-105 on Friday night. Goran Dragic scored 20 points, Tyler Herro added 19 and the Heat remained perfect at home — 8-0, tying the franchise’s best home start to a season.
“Being able to weather the storm is big,” Herro said. “It’s a game of runs.”
Duncan Robinson scored 17 for Miami. Robinson and