The Charlotte Hornets Stymie the Miami Heat

The last couple of years, with the triumvirate of LeBron James, Dywane Wade, and Chris Bosch, the Miami Heat have been capable of putting a lot of points on the board.  But back in the year 2000, the Heat competed in the second lowest scoring game in NBA history.  That year, the Charlotte Hornets held Miami to a franchise low point production when they beat the Heat 65-56. The 121 combined point total was two more than the combined total of Milwaukee and Boston in a game played in 1955.

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