Golden State Warriors

Heat Run Past Warriors 122-105


Duncan Robinson scored 17 for Miami, which is 8-0 at home for the second time in franchise history — tying the mark set by the 2012-13 Heat.


Jimmy Butler scored 16, while Kendrick Nunn — who was with the Warriors’ G League team last year — and Kelly Olynyk each had 15 for the Heat.


That’s when the Heat took off, Herro connecting on a 30-footer to end the big run and give Miami a 109-83 lead with 8:40 left.


Warriors: Golden State lost the first quarter 41-21 and has been outscored by 20 or more points in the opening period three times in its last 17 games.


Of the 10 players on the court last season when Dwyane Wade made a desperation 3-pointer with no time left to beat the Warriors, only two played Friday.


For the Warriors, Kevin Durant is in Brooklyn, Andre Iguodala is technically with Memphis, Jordan Bell is with Minnesota, and Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are injured.






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