I don’t think that’s why he’s here.
I think he is here to see Eric Gordon and D.J. White play. He announced a few days ago that there was a possibility he would miss a few of Miami’s games to scout NCAA talent. So, here he is.
To the half-time observations: Jordan Crawford is showing a new part of his game here, as he has six rebounds. He’s also got four assists. He has often thrived in situations where he was called upon to make a start this year (remember that Kentucky game?)
D.J. White has scored all four times he has shot the ball. I’d think he’ll get more looks this half. Gordon’s cold shooting continues, as he is 1-for-5 from 3-point and 2-for-8 from the field. He has also turned the ball over four times.
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