Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: History made
There was plenty of anticipation entering Wednesday's game in Oakland. It was the only time the Heat came to town to play the surprisingly strong Golden State Warriors.
It had all the makings of a great matchup -- a national television audience, two strong teams, plenty of superstars and a chance for history. The Warriors even defeated the Heat earlier this season and had just two losses to Eastern Conference teams. Well, really just one team -- the Orlando Magic.
The Warriors were without Stephen Curry, who sprained his ankle in a morning shootaround. And that probably led to Miami running away either to a 92-75 victory. The score got extremely ugly for Golden State.
The fans in the Bay Area still got a show. LeBron James usually does that. But Wednesday was a special night.
James recorded his 5,000th assist early in the first quarter. He then ...