Jimmy Butler will miss his third consecutive game for the Miami Heat tomorrow, when they face the upstart Phoenix Suns. Butler’s agent, Bernie Lee, told the Miami Herald, “Jimmy had his final scan yesterday. And we understand what he’s dealing with.
It has been an interesting week of Miami Heat basketball. Through the Heat’s first four seeding games at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex, it has posted a 2-2 record. There have been encouraging wins over the Denver Nuggets and Boston Celtics, and even the losses have been competitive against two Eastern Conference powers — the Toronto Raptors and Milwaukee Bucks.
In a recent edition of The Last Chip newsletter, Bosh dished on the city of San Antonio — and Whataburger — as he described one of the Finals games against the Spurs. The Heat didn't celebrate much after winning Game 2 to level the series at one game apiece, Bosh writes, "because we were heading to San Antonio, which very well might be the most difficult basketball town in the world." READ ALSO: Who is getting COVID-19 in San Antonio?