The Heat let them off the hook. The Heat didn't play like they wanted to eliminate the Pacers last night, especially LeBron James. He only played 24 minutes becuase of early foul trouble and posted a career playoff low 7 points 4 dimes and 2 boards. Now after Game 5, where he seemed unstoppable, a debate on whether or not Bronny is the best SF ever was started. That claim puts him ahead of Larry Bird, which I think is disrespectful, but my thing can we at least wait until the man finsih his career? So many people are quick to put him at the top but then he comes out and post career lows, in an elimination game at that.
Shout out to the Pacers though, finally showing some heart. It's a shame the Pacers can't play like this every game, instead we have to guess which team will show up. They will live to see another day but now they must travel back to Miami. I think they can win in Miami but it all depends on which team show up. Even though they won tonight, they will have to play better than they did tonight, I don't expect Bronny to disappear for 2 games straight.
The number 1 player in the world and defending French Open champion, Serena Williams, was sent home by 20-year-old Spaniard, Gabrine Muguruza. Muguruza, who is ranked 35th in the world, said this is the biggest victory of her young life and rightfully so. This was the first time Serena was eliminated before the fourth round as a top seed since she loss in the first round of the 2012 French Open. Serena will definitely come back harder, but man it must sting to go home early.