Revive the Celtics, the Heat defeated the Bucks

Boston Celtics able to rise from defeat in the previous games by beating host Washington Wizards. On the other parties, the Miami Heat just humiliated at home by the Milwaukee Bucks.

After Phoenix Suns arrested two days ago, the Celtics victory over the Wizards. Playing a game at Verizon Center on Monday (1/23/2012) morning local time, Doc Rivers squad that won 100-94.

Celtics victory could not be separated from the sparkling form that Paul Pierce recorded a double-double. Pierce successfully contributed 34 points, its highest point in the season and eight rebounds and 10 assists for his team to be top performers.

From Wizards stronghold represented John Wall who also scored a double-double with 27 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists.

Conversely, the fate of less fortunate received by the still Heats Dwyane Wade reinforced ankle injury. After winning his last three games, the pace of last year’s NBA finalists also stalled.

Although LeBron James comes up special with 28 points, 13 rebounds and five assists, but his double-double was unable to win the Heats the subject of the Bucks 82-91 at American Airlines Arena.

After winning 21-18 in the first 12 minutes, the Heat never led again. Bucks managed to take over control of the game by closing the second quarter with a 46-41 advantage after a record 28 points.

Heat trying to get up in the third quarter with an additional 22 points earned. But as many as 19 points are also obtained Bucks still put the visitors ahead 65-63.

Score had thinned in positions 73-71 for excellence Bucks, but Brandon Jennings et al back away until it reaches the margin of 91-80 when the game is only half a minute remaining.

Chris Bosh did dunk but after the Bucks got the ball in attacking positions choose to spend time and finally gained the victory.


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