The Miami Heat are most of the way to progressing to the next round of the NBA end of the season games. 

Miami Heat Hold Off Milwaukee Bucks 116-114 To Take A 2-0 Lead in Series

Jimmy Butler sank a couple of free tosses with no time left on the clock and Goran Dragic's 23 focus drove the Heat to a 116-114 triumph against the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference elimination rounds. They lead the top-cultivated Bucks 2-0 in the best-of-seven arrangement.

The Heat was driven by numerous individuals, as in the 13 first half, before the Bucks mobilized in the second after the last quarter. A Brook Lopez layup with 4:22 to stay in the quarter tied the score at 78.

The Heat are only two successes from progressing to the gathering finals just because of 2014, the most recent year of the LeBron James era. Milwaukee is at risk for a second consecutive disillusioning year as the favorite. In the wake of winning the initial two rounds of a year ago's gathering finals, they lost four directly to the inevitable victorious Toronto Raptors.

Miami Heat Hold Off Milwaukee Bucks 116-114 To Take A 2-0 Lead in SeriesThe Bucks got their lone second-half lead on a Kyle Korver 3-pointer that made it 91-90 with 11:44 left. The Heat reacted with a Dragic 3-pointer and layup by Jae Crowder on the next two belongings to recapture control. A Tyler Herro crate topped a 7-0 run

The Miami Heat got away with a 116-114 win over the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 2, because of a couple of Jimmy Butler free tosses after time had elapsed.  

The Heat almost let an important lead slip with under 20 seconds remaining after a Butler turnover in the backcourt brought about a Brook Lopez container, before Khris Middleton was fouled on a three-guide endeavor with 4.3 seconds toward going. 

He made every one of the three to tie things up at 114-114, preceding Giannis Antetokounmpo fouled Butler on his very late shot endeavor.