The Heat responded pretty well to their Game 1 loss
The Heat put all that noise to rest in Game 2, handing the Bulls their worst postseason loss in team history, by a score of 115-78.
The Heat had 6 players with double digit scoring including Ray Allen, who led the team in scoring with 21 points off the bench.
One of the more ridiculous stats from last night's game: Shane Battier was +42 in 22 minutes, despite only scoring 3 points.
The Heat were dominant in nearly every way. They outrebounded the Bulls 41-28. They outshot the Bulls, by a lot. The Heat shot 50% from beyond the three point line, and 60% from the field. The Bulls shot 39% and 35.5%, respectively.
If you had any questions about who the best team in this series is, the Heat answered all of those questions pretty emphatically, and reminded us that we're in for another year of the same thing we saw last year: Heat dominance.