Late in the second quarter of Miami’s win in Phoenix on Tuesday, Dwyane Wade did the right thing offensively in trying to exploit the size advantage he held while being defended by Goran Dragic in the post.
What he did wrong, however, is fail to account for the help defender who was on the way.
Chris Bosh did his part in trying to give Wade space by setting up behind the three-point line, but Miles Plumlee saw just how exposed Dragic was. He came over in time to get the blocked shot — one which was punctuated by the ball being spiked off of Wade’s forehead as he went crashing to the ground.
[via Ming Wong]