This time there again was a stunning road collapse, just like the previous road game of this series, just like regular-season road finale that created this best-of-seven first-round NBA playoff series.
But this time there also was pushback from the Miami Heat against the Charlotte Hornets after the deficit reached 18 early in the second half.
Just not enough.
And so, after dominance in the first two games of this series at AmericanAirlines Arena, the Heat now find themselves in a 2-2 series tie after Monday night's 89-85 loss to the Hornets at Time Warner Cable Arena.
"We put ourselves in position," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said of his team pushing...