Netease Sports reported on October 4:
At the end of the first two games of the finals, the Heat fell behind 0-2 and the situation was critical. It seemed that they had no chance of winning, but Butler refused to admit defeat.
In an interview, Butler said that everything is not over.
"We will continue to fight, we will continue to fight, we will continue all of this, continue to gallop, until all the wheels fall off, everything is not over, there is no end," Butler said, "we are only behind 0-2, so we must Do something special. We have this ability, and I am willing to stay in the trenches with these teammates around me, and I don’t want anyone else."
Although Butler’s spiritual power is worthy of recognition, but
Heat coach Spoelstra said: "In yesterday's game, when there was a moment when we had a chance to approach the point difference and narrow the point difference, it was usually an offensive rebound or someone near the rim, but Now that Adebayor is not here, this is that you want something in particular, but no, but we will work out how to overcome this difficulty."
In the history of the NBA, no team can reverse the entire series with 0-3 behind, so G3 will be the battle that the Heat must win.