nj Nets-105, mia Heat-100, 14apr (saturday)

nj Nets-105, mia Heat-100, 14apr (saturday)

Post by Richard Sikors » Sat, 18 Apr 1992 03:08:39


njn 105, mia 101, 14apr92
[I'll post the boxscore later]

Njn took a 84-83 lead in mid-Q4 on a 3pt-play by coleman.
Mia countered with a 13-4 run, including rice following his own shot
with a tip-in, drawing a foul, plus two baskets by coles.  mia led 96-88.

(njn) coleman, who had dominated the offensive reb's, and scored 24pts,
had a half-time shouting match with BFitch about his coaching, and when
BFitch called a timeout with 6:48 left in Q4, coleman called it a night.

Mia led by 8 with 4:31 left in Q4, with (njn) coleman sitting.
But then njn surged for a 17-4 run, including 6-0 for reserve forward mills.
Njn blocked 3 in the final 3min, giving out only 2 ft's.
(njn) Bowie tipped one in with 46sec left to take the lead 101-100.
(mia) coles tried a 3sec 3pt-shot, but (njn) bowie took the reb. & the game.

Mia struggled inside against njn's near-7-foot forwards and centers,
shooting only 38%.  (mia) rice had 36pts (15-32 FG's with 2-8 3pts).
4 mia guards shot 10 for 37 (27%), for only 26pts.
(mia) kessler played 6 min, with only an assist to show in the boxscore.
(mia) burton is out for the season (depression), and the new kid in
town, bennett (from cle) didnt play.

Njn held the boards, with 41 second-effort points.
Njn had 62pts inside, to mia's 30.  mia had 3 blocks, while
(njn) Bowie had 6 of njn's 10 blocks despite his 5th foul in mid-Q3.
(njn) mills and dudley totaled 22pts, 17 reb's (10 off.), off the bench.

atl must lose one of their remaining 2 games (chi at home, or atl at
cle), for mia to make the playoffs.  If mia and atl tie, mia has a
better conference record.

Tonight (thursday) mia hosts lottery-bound mil.  Atl beat nyk last night.
(mia) smith is still hurting from knee-surgery in Jan.
(mia) shaw has been cold recently, and rice has been carrying the team.
(mil) humphries is out (foot), snd so is (mil) schayes (knee).
mil is 0-3 vs. mia this season, 1-13 recently, and 9-25 since all-star break.

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nj Nets-105, mia Heat-100, 14apr (saturday)

Post by Jim Halp » Sat, 18 Apr 1992 05:58:05

Quote:

> atl must lose one of their remaining 2 games (chi at home, or atl at
> cle), for mia to make the playoffs.  If mia and atl tie, mia has a
> better conference record.

        Re: Miami/Atlanta playoff chances...

        If Atlanta wins both remaining games, they're in the playoffs

        If Atlanta goes 1-1, then Miami must win both of their remaining games

        If Atlanta goes 0-2, then Miami must win at least one game to get in.

--
!       Jim  Halpin

!       Matt Young is so pathetic, he can even***up a no-hitter!!!

 
 
 

nj Nets-105, mia Heat-100, 14apr (saturday)

Post by Richard Sikors » Sun, 19 Apr 1992 03:57:57

Sorry this boxscore is a little late.  I already posted a game
description, titled "HI-LITES..."

njn 105, mia 100   14apr92

njn (39-41)      min  fgm fga  3m 3a ftm fta or tr  as  pf st to bk tc ej  pts
coleman,derrick   41   10  20   1  2   3  3   8 13   3   1  0  3  0  0  0   24
morris,chris      23    4   7   0  1   0  0   3  6   0   2  0  1  1  0  0    8
bowie,sam         24    5  11   0  0   3  4   2 11   2   5  1  1  6  0  0   13
blaylock,mookie   45    7  18   0  1   2  2   1  3   5   3  1  1  1  0  0   16
petrovic,drazen   36    4   9   0  1   6  9   1  4   3   2  2  6  0  0  0   14
mills,terry       25    6  16   0  1   4  4   4  9   2   2  1  1  0  0  0   16
dudley,chris      23    3   6   0  0   0  0   6  8   1   5  0  1  1  0  0    6
george,tate       12    1   5   0  0   0  0   0  2   0   0  0  1  0  0  0    2
anderson,kenny     3    1   1   0  0   0  0   0  0   2   0  0  0  0  0  0    2
feitl,dave         1    0   0   0  0   0  0   0  1   0   1  0  1  0  0  0    0
addison,raphael    7    2   2   0  0   0  0   1  1   0   1  0  0  1  0  0    4
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
njn totals       240   43  95   1  6  18 22  26 58  18  22  5 16 10  0  0  105
FG, 3P, FT averages:     .453   .167   .818       team rebs  4

mia (37-43)      min  fgm fga  3m 3a ftm fta or tr  as  pf st to bk tc ej  pts
long,grant        45    8  20   0  1   3  3   6 13   3   2  2  3  1  0  0   19
rice,glen         45   15  32   2  8   4  4   4  9   3   2  2  4  1  0  0   36
seikaly,rony      40    4  10   0  1   9 12   4  9   1   2  0  2  1  0  0   17
shaw,brian        26    2  10   1  1   0  0   2  5   2   4  1  0  0  0  0    5
smith,steve       28    3  13   0  1   2  3   4  7   8   2  0  1  0  0  0    8
kessler,alec       6    0   0   0  0   0  0   0  0   1   0  0  0  0  0  0    0
edwards,kevin     23    3   7   0  1   0  0   2  2   1   3  2  0  0  0  0    6
askins,keith       6    1   1   0  0   0  0   1  1   0   2  1  1  0  0  0    2
coles,***       21    2   7   0  2   3  4   1  1   5   0  0  0  0  0  0    7
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
mia totals       240   38 100   3 15  21 26  24 47  24  17  8 11  3  0  0  100
FG, 3P, FT averages:     .380   .200   .808       team rebs 14

njn   22  28  25  30  -  105
mia   22  24  32  22  -  100

attendance 15008, time 2:05, officials: JKersey,TBernhardt,RNunn

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nj Nets-105, mia Heat-100, 14apr (saturday)

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