They are already outnumbered, but the return of the injured will be delayed.
Miami Heat manager Eric Spoelstra gave the team the day before Game 2 of the Finals against the Denver Nuggets. Tyler Hiro, who first drew the most attention, is uncertain about his return.
Hiro suffered a fractured right hand in Game 1 of the first round of the playoffs against the Milwaukee Bucks. Since then, I’ve been on a hiatus until now. Recently, it was a situation that increased the intensity of exercise and increased the possibility of returning to the second game.
Coach Spoelstra said: “Hiro’s condition hasn’t changed yet. He continues to work hard on his rehabilitation. He will let you know when he is ready to play.”
Caleb Martin, who has risen from sixth man to starter with a 44 percent 3-point shooting average in this playoff, is also not certain. Martin is likely to miss Game 2 due to current illness.
Miami lost the last game 1 to Denver. In particular, the regional defense that made Miami what it is now was completely defeated in the game, such as being so swayed by Nikola Jokic. The future of the series is also not bright.스포츠토토
Miami ace Jimmy Butler was unmoved. “I don’t need to say much. Whether it’s 3-0 or 0-3, it always goes until the 4th game,” he said. . We have to do better than in the first game in every way. There is no need to say more than this,” he said.