Miami HEAT Sweeps Bobcats in First Round
Completing their second first-round sweep in as many seasons, the Heat took advantage of a Charlotte lineup lacking hobbled center Al Jefferson in a 109-98 victory Monday night at Time Warner Cable Arena that now will give them at least five days off, perhaps even more.
The Heat next face the winner of the best-of-seven first-round series between the Brooklyn Nets and Toronto Raptors that is tied 2-2. The Heat’s next series could open Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena if the Nets-Raptors series is completed by Friday’s Game 6.
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