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Trae Young 28+7 Butler lost 13 points and the Eagles stopped the Heat for 2 consecutive victories – yqqlm

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Original title: Trae Young 28+7 Butler lost 13 points to kill the Eagles and stop the Heat for 2 consecutive victories

On January 22, Beijing time, the NBA regular season continued its fierce battle. The Atlanta Hawks, who played at home, defeated the Miami Heat 110-108, ushering in a 3-game winning streak, and the Heat ended their 2-game winning streak. Trae Young had 28 points and 7 assists, while Heat veteran Butler had 13 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists, and also missed a 3-point lore.

Four-quarter score (Hawks behind): 30-31, 21-29, 23-28, 34-22. Heat: Adebayor 21 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists, Butler 13 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists, Dunro 19 points and 3 assists, Vincent 14 points and 9 assists, Struth 15 points and 4 assists, Keleb -Martin 11 points and 3 rebounds, Dedmon 4 points and 6 rebounds, Kyle – Gay 5 points. Eagles: Trae Young 28 points, 3 rebounds and 7 assists, Huerter 21 points and 4 assists, John Collins 15 points and 7 rebounds, Hunter 13 points, 10 rebounds and 3 assists, Okongwu 6 points and 4 rebounds, Wright 9 Points and 5 assists, Capela 6 points and 6 rebounds, Lu Wei 9 points.

In this campaign, the Hawks’ Bogdanovic and Gallinari were absent, while the Heat’s Audi, Herro, Morris, Lowry, and Okpala were all unavailable. After the opening, Robinson hit a 3, and Huerter responded immediately. Butler made a dunk, Robinson made a layup, and the Heat played a 6-0 spurt. Trae Young hit a 3-pointer, and he scored 8 points in the first quarter to help the Eagles chase the score to 20-21. After the timeout, the two teams entered the rotation. Heat substitutes Struth and Vincent scored 3 three-pointers in a row, but the team did not score a point in the last minute, while the Eagles’ substitute Lu Wei scored 3 points and then scored in a row. 5 points to help the Eagles overtake 31-30 by 1 point at the end of the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Huerter hit a 3-pointer, and he led the Eagles off the bench to a 7-2 spurt. Struth responded with 3 points, and he led the team in a 7-2 spurt. After that, the Eagles replaced the main force in advance, and the Heat shot and hit the iron in a row in 2 minutes. Trae Young hit a 3-pointer, and he teamed up with Lou Wei to make a 9-0 spurt to rewrite the score to 51-41. Although Adebayor scored 2+1, Trae Young and Huerter scored another 3 to expand the difference to 14 points. Fortunately, Martin responded with 3 points, and Struth hit the buzzer-beater. At halftime, the Heat chased the score to 51-60.

In the third quarter, Huerter scored 4 consecutive points at the start, but Butler led the Heat back with an 8-0 spurt, chasing the score to 59-64. At the critical moment, Huerter succeeded in two more attacks, and then Trae Young and Huerter hit another 3, and the Eagles re-expanded the point difference to more than 10 points. After the timeout, Butler made an alley-oop layup, and Martin also broke through for a dunk, but the Heat did not score in the next 2 minutes, and the Eagles played a 7-0 spurt to expand the point difference to 18 points . Although Guy and Dedmon hit successively, the Heat trailed by 14 points 74-88 at the end of the third quarter.

In the last quarter, Guy and Dedmon scored 4 points in a row at the start, but Lu Wei singled to stop the bleeding, Huerter hit a 3-pointer, and the Eagles responded with a 7-0 spurt. After that, Butler, who made his debut, led the Heat to a 12-3 attack wave, reducing the difference to 7 points. At the critical moment, Huerter hit a 3-pointer to re-expand the difference to more than 10 points, helping the Eagles stabilize the situation. After the timeout, Robinson made another 3, and Butler also hit a mid-range shot, and the Heat narrowed the difference to 4 points. Into the last 60 seconds, Robinson hit a 3-pointer, and the Hawks violated the 24-second offense. Trae Young made 1 of two free throws for fouls, and Butler missed the final 3-pointer. In the end, the Atlanta Hawks at home defeated the Miami Heat 110-108, ushering in a 3-game winning streak, while the Heat ended their 2-game winning streak.

Eagles starting: Trae Young, Huerter, Hunter, Collins, Okongwu

Heat starting: Vincent, Dunro, Butler, Tucker, Adebayo

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