Heat lose fifth straight, this one to the short-handed Clippers

In a battle of short-handed rosters, the Los Angeles Clippers came out on top. With both sides missing a few of its best players, Thursday’s result wasn’t the most indicative of where the Miami Heat and Clippers stand. But it was a painful one for the Heat. The Heat dropped its fifth straight game in a 109-105 loss to the Clippers (14-5) on Thursday at AmericanAirlines Arena. Miami, which represented the Eastern Conference in the NBA Finals last season, is 6-12 to begin the season. But the Heat did not go away quietly. With the Clippers ahead by nine points with 47.1 seconds to play, the Heat …

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