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Miami Heat Secure Victory over Denver Nuggets in NBA Finals Game 2

In a highly anticipated game of the NBA Finals, the Miami Heat played the Denver Nuggets at Mile High Stadium yesterday. Both teams had something to prove: the Heat were looking to continue their impressive streak of wins at both sea level and high altitude, while the Nuggets were looking to bounce back from their Game 1 loss.

The game started out close, with the score tied at the end of the first quarter, but the Heat slowly began to take control. Thanks to some impressive shooting, particularly from Tyler Herro and Jimmy Butler, the Heat managed to build a lead going into halftime. Despite a brief comeback from the Nuggets in the third quarter, the Heat ultimately held on for a 106-93 victory.

One potential worry for the Heat was the status of Cody Zeller, who was listed as questionable before the game due to a foot injury. However, Zeller did end up playing, and although he didn’t make a huge impact on the game, his presence was important given the Heat’s lack of depth in the frontcourt.

After the game, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra praised his team’s resilience and ability to overcome adversity on the road. “We knew this was going to be a tough game, but our guys stepped up and made plays when it mattered,” he said. “We’re just taking it one game at a time and staying focused on the task at hand.”

With the series now tied at 1-1, the Heat and Nuggets will face off again in Game 3 on Tuesday. For Miami, the focus will be on continuing their strong play and trying to take control of the series, while the Nuggets will be looking to bounce back and regain momentum.