Miami Heat edge past the Chicago Bulls

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Small Forward Jimmy Butler scores 28 points, gets 4 rebounds, and for the icing on the cake gets the game-winner with a jumpshot at the death as the Miami Heat (15-11) edge past the Chicago Bulls (10-17) in Game 4 of the league series at United Center, 118-116.

The Chicago Bulls entered this matchup with a consistent and well-rounded record, managing to get a four-consecutive win record, finishing with five wins and only three losses in their last eight games. While, The Heat entered this game with an inconsistent record of wins and losses, not being able to have consistent wins, with four wins and four losses in their their last eight games.

The Bulls won the last time these teams faced each other with a convincing 124-116 win at home. But this time around the Heat where able to be composed and get the job done at the death.

Miami Heat Win! The First Half was a very even contest

The first quarter didn’t go Bulls way with the Heat racking up more points leading the first quarter in points 36 to 24. The first quarter ended with a smooth 23-foot three-pointer from small forward Jaime Jaquez Jr. In the second quarter, the Bulls had a momentum shift and showed their attacking prowess ending the quarter with a 33-22.

Miami Heat Win! The Second Half and Game Result Goes Heats Way

The third quarter was also even but in the end the accumulation of points ended in the Heats way. The third quarter ended in the Heats way with a 33-23 score, while the fourth quarter ended in Bulls way 36-27 the game went Heats way as they won with a last-minute gasp 19-foot step back jumpshot from Butler, the man who rarely scores but this time around showed up when it counted and gave Miami a valuable win which puts the Heat 6th place in the eastern conference and currently in a playoff spot while the Bulls lose and stay in 12 place but still in playoff contention.

What’s Next?

The Bulls will look to come back from this loss and return to winning ways as they host the Philadelphia 76ers at the United Center on Monday, December 18th at 6 pm central.

The Heat will look to brew something from this major win as they face the Minnesota Timberwolves away from home on Monday, December 18th at 6:30 pm central

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