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Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat went into Milwaukee and stole Game 1 of the series, winning 130-117.
Butler scored 35 points with 11 assists as the Heat took advantage of Giannis Antetokounmpo exiting the game early after landing on his back with roughly four minutes left in the first quarter.
Butler shot 15 of 27 from the floor and the Miami Heat set a franchise record for points scored in a playoff game, while shooting 59.5% from the floor.
I love Jimmy Butler. He goes into Milwaukee and drops 35 points then posts that photo on Instagram afterwards, knowing that he would send everyone spiraling with the troll.
Yes, you idiots. That’s the entire point of the post.
Keep up. Playoff Jimmy waits for no one. Jimmy Buckets doesn’t “fear the deer” he looks at them like they are just normal, dumb beer that roam around in the woods looking lost and scared, which really, is pretty much what Milwaukee looked like last night after Giannis left the game so it all makes perfect sense.
Look, who knows if the Heat will be able to pull off the massive upset of the Bucks in round one. I highly doubt it, but I do like the thought of Miami just beating up on the Bucks and making their journey to the Eastern Conference Finals as tough as possible while the 76ers dog walk the Brooklyn Nets before facing the Boston Celtics in the second round.
Along with Giannis leaving the game, the Heat also took a hit losing Tyler Herro with a broken hand and will be out 4-6 weeks.
Do the Heat have enough to keep up with the Bucks? We’ll just have to wait and see. At the very least, Miami did their job and won a game on the road to give them a fighting chance.