Lakers vs Heat game 4 live Streaming: When and where to watch Miami Heat vs Los Angeles Lakers Live on TV and Online

On Friday night, the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Miami Heat 124-114 to take a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals. They led for all but 53 seconds of the game and their biggest lead was 18 points. Miami’s biggest lead was two points.

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While Miami Heat has by no means just rolled over and allowed Los Angeles Lakers to wipe the floor with them in the NBA finals, they have failed to live up to the expectations accorded from them either. The Lakers have had things relatively straightforward in the opening two matches of the series to throttle ahead into a 2-0 lead.

While Miami heat won us over as they covered themselves in glory with their fight and character the last time around, the 124-114 defeat at the end of the day was telling of the massive gulf in quality between the two. And with Bam and Goran still questionable, the Heat are going to find it a gargantuan task to overhaul the deficit staring them in the face at the moment.

The Lakers were happy to come away with the win, as it put them two wins closer to a championship, but they weren’t satisfied with their performance, particularly on the defensive end.

“We want to be great,” LeBron James said on Friday. “We want to be great, as close to 48 minutes as possible … we have to continue to stay on our P’s and Q’s and cross our T’s and dot our I’s throughout the course of a game, and if we have a breakdown, being able to cover for one another. But they do a great job of putting your defence in positions that you may not be accustomed to.”

The Heat had two players finish Game 2 with more than 20 points, including Kelly Olynyk, who only played the 37 minutes he played because Bam Adebayo was unavailable. Olynyk was a DNP-CD twice in the Eastern Conference Finals.

2020 NBA Finals schedule

Game 1: Lakers won 116-98

Game 2: Lakers won 124-114

Game 3: Heat won 115-104

Game 4: Lakers vs Heat – Wednesday, Oct. 7,  6:30 AM IST

Where the matches will be Streamed & Broadcasted in India?

All NBA Playoffs and NBA Play-in games will be broadcasted on Sony Sports & Live Streamed on Sony LIV and FanCode in India.

Where the matches will be Streamed & Broadcasted in India?

All NBA Playoffs and NBA Play-in games will be broadcasted on Sony Sports & Live Streamed on Sony LIV and FanCode in India.