Tiger Fight, October 5 News In the third game of the NBA Finals that ended today, the Heat beat the Lakers 115-104 and the big score was rewritten to 1-2.
After the game, Heat coach Eric Spoelstra was interviewed by reporters and talked about the performance of Heat player Jimmy Butler.
"In terms of adaptability, Butler is definitely at the top of the league. You can see that as the game deepens, Butler's performance has become better and better." Spoelstra said in an interview.
"He can make fouls, make physical contact, take off shots, and make free throws. When you are playing a very fierce game, having a player like this is undoubtedly reassuring. At the same time, his performance can also drive the team. Of young players, let them be themselves in the game." Spoelstra added.
In this game, Heat player Jimmy Butler played 45 minutes and scored 40 points, 11 rebounds, 13 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocks.