Dwyane Wade added points to his career, but Heat fell to the Hawks for the third time this season

ATLANTA (Parlay Game) – Trae Young scored 19 points, John Collins had 13 points and 13 rebounds, and the Atlanta Hawks broke a three-game skid with a 106-82 victory over the Miami heat Sunday evening

Young received a big compliment at the end of the match as a star player 12 times Dwyane Wade, who is retiring after the season, took off his jersey in midfield and traded with the Atlanta rookie.

It may have helped Wade overcome the worst performance of the season. After two consecutive wins that had surpassed .500 for the first time since October 27, Miami was apathetic all night against a team that was rebuilding, missing its second and third leaders and losing for the third time against an opponent just 12 victories.

DeAndre 'Bembry finished with 17 points in a starting role, and Jeremy Lin came on the bench to add 15 for Atlanta.

Young, the fifth overall draft pick in the NBA, had some dazzling maneuvers when handling the ball, but finished with just two assists. His skills were still sufficient to impress Wade.

Derrick Jones Jr. led Miami with 14 points, Justise Winslow marked 13 and Wade and Josh Richardson each had 11 for the Heat, who seemed indifferent to the defense after the Hawks took a comfortable lead at the end of the third.

Miami missed 20 of its first 22 attempts beyond the arc before Wade reached his career-high 500th. He joined Michael Jordan and James Lebron as the only players in NBA history with at least 20,000 points, 5,000 passes, 4,000 rebounds, 1,500 flights, 800 blocks and 500 3.

The match looked strongly in Miami's favor with a 32-point loss to Milwaukee, but the Heat struggled through the first half, scoring 1 vs. 16 out of 3, getting a 33-24 lead and 10 turnovers. leads to 11 Atlanta. points.

The Hawks scored 15 points in the second period, their lowest performance in the second quarter of the season, and 10 turnovers during the period.

The situation worsened in the third inning as the Heat continued to blow and Atlanta took a 19-point lead over three consecutive wins. Daniel Hamilton and Lin. Lin followed with the consecutive runners.

The Hawks took a lead of 18-6, but Miami was 33-31 in second when Rodney McGruder hit a lay-up. The heat did not lead again.


Heat: g Dion Servers is still far from 100 percent. He missed his second consecutive game since his first appearance in more than a year when the Heat won in Cleveland last Wednesday. The waiters, who played because Wade had been sidelined by a virus, are still limited by a wound in his left ankle that required surgery last January.

Hawks: With g Kent Bazemore Bembry made his third start over the next two weeks due to a right ankle injury. Hamilton started defeat on Friday in Milwaukee. … Lin had his 500th career assistant.


The Hawks presented a video tribute to Wade early in the first quarter. He received a standing ovation, smiled and motioned to the crowd.

It did not take long for Wade to spark his enthusiasm when he entered the game a few minutes later. He flipped a pass back over his shoulder to attend Jones' dunk and made a pass on the baseline to hit a double-pump reverse overlay that reduced the lead to 23-16.

At the end of the match and after leaving the field with Young's jersey, Wade stopped for another standing ovation at one end of the arena. He signed autographs, smiled and headed into the tunnel.


Heat: Welcome Denver, Western Conference Leader, November 26-11, Monday.

Hawks: Visit Toronto, heading east with 29 wins on Monday.

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