Jimmy Butler: Heat aren’t giving up after Game 2 loss to Lakers | 2020 NBA Playoffs

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Jimmy Butler: Heat aren’t giving up after Game 2 loss to Lakers | 2020 NBA Playoffs” – below is their description.

    Jimmy Butler addresses the media after the Miami Heat’s 124-114 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 2 of the 2020 NBA Finals. Butler says even though they are down two games, they believe, but they have to play better to beat the Lakers. Butler continues to say the Heat have to rebound better in Game 3 and give the Lakers fewer second-chance opportunities. Butler finishes by saying the Heat got all the shots they wanted and to win Game 3 it will be about Miami taking care of the little things on both ends of the floor.

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