Heat hold on after Kyle Lowry ejection to beat Trail Blazers. Takeaways from the win

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Miami Herald

The Miami Heat was already playing without so many of their top players. No Bam Adebayo. No Jimmy Butler. No Dewayne Dedmon. No Markieff Morris. And, for the second half Wednesday, the Heat had to play without their starting point guard after Kyle Lowry was ejected with 1:14 remaining in the second quarter. But behind a balanced effort from the rest of the roster, the Heat held on to beat the Portland Trail Blazers 115-109 at Moda Center to snap a two-game losing streak. The Heat (24-15) had six players score in double figures on Wednesday. Max Strus led the group with 25 points on 9 for 17 sh…

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