Butler fell into despair? Bow your head without saying a word, leave the scene with a black face Boom 25 + 7 + 7 difficult savior
On June 10, Beijing time, the fourth game of the finals began, Butler shot 9 of 17 from the field, scored 25 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists and 1 block, unable to savior. At the final whistle, he looked down in frustration, his face was livid, and he didn't say a word, and at that moment tough as Butler was also desperate?
Trailing 2-1, the Heat have no way back, and they must win this game. As the leader of the team, Butler naturally needed to step up.
In the final moments of the first quarter, Butler received a pass from a teammate, faced Jeff Green in the bottom corner, and hit a difficult backward jumper for a three-point shot. The ball ignited the Heat's home court, and after the shot, Butler showed a determined expression of determination.
With Butler's whistle-blowing three-pointer, the Heat completed the comeback in the first quarter. However, as Jokic found himself in the second quarter, the Heat trailed again. At halftime, Butler played 21 minutes on 6-of-9 shooting, 1-of-3 from three-point range to score a team-high 14 points, plus three rebounds and five assists.
The Nuggets stretched the gap to double digits in the second half, and in desperation, Butler stepped up, and in the fourth quarter he jumped 2-1 to make the Heat chase only 5 points. Butler hit another jumper, but after that, the Nuggets opened the point gap again, and the Heat fell short. Trailing 3-1 and the Heat in a desperate situation, can Butler still work miracles?