Miami Heat: 3 adjustments that should be made ahead of Game 3

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3 small adjustments that will help the Miami Heat win Game 3 against the Milwaukee Bucks. 

Through the first two games of this first-round NBA playoffs series between the Miami Heat and Milwaukee Bucks, there is one team that looks like a big brother and one that looks like a little brother. And after last year‘s postseason series between these two teams, I’m not sure many expected to see what transpired in Game 2.

Nevertheless, with their backs against the wall, coming off a 34-point loss, the onus now falls on Miami to get back in this series as it shifts back to Florida.

If the Heat is going to have any chance at winning this series, Game 3 is an absolute must-win. The good news is that Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra is one of the league’s best when it comes to game-to-game adjustments. And they’re certainly going to need him to make something happen ahead of Game 3.

How should the Heat approached Game 3? We explore three possible small adjustments that could make all the difference for Miami in Game 3.