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There was a fight! – NBA

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Nurkic and Herro went to blows late in the Miami Heat-Portland meeting. The players reacted badly and were expelled from the match.

The meeting between Miami Heat and Portland Trail Blazers ended as everyone expected. The spirits were heated and, towards the end, the fight appeared.

Tyler Herro looked to defend the rival attack, but Jusuf Nurkic knocked him down from behind. The play continued and Herro immediately got up to look for the Blazers pivot with a push from behind.

Nurkic turned around and reached out to slap. All the players went to separate, but the scandal was already done.

The judge decided to expel both players and the two had to go to the showers without complaint. In any case, it was an end that could be seen coming from a previous event during the meeting.

The first to head down the locker room path was Kyle Lowry. The point guard had them with the refereeing trio and already in the first quarter he was punished with a technique for protesting a decision of the referees, but everything exploded minutes later.

Just before halftime, there was a foul against Miami and Lowry simply hit the ball to the referee. It was just that: passing the ball. The point guard ended up being sent off due to an unusual decision by the referee. Really aberrant that a situation like this happens in an NBA game.

The duel between the Miami Heat and the Portland Trail Blazers that ended up falling on the side of Florida left some of the most tense moments of the season in the NBA. Especially for Erik Spoelstra‘s team that saw two of their players get sent off during the match.

Despite watching Lowry and Nurkic go to the showers, Miami achieved a great victory that places them fourth in the Eastern Conference and their coach was selected among the best of the month.

Kyle Lowry played just 17 minutes and achieved a good record of 9 assists, while his teammate Tyler Herro had 16 points and 5 rebounds. In addition, Jusuf Nurkic was sent off with 59 seconds remaining and recorded 14 points and 13 rebounds.

Both the guard and the point guard will not be able to be the next game against the powerful Phoenix Suns and they will be two sensitive losses for the Miami Heat.

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