The Miami Heat lost to the Indiana Pacers on Saturday evening, and Jimmy Butler spoke to the media after the game.
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Jimmy Butler had 19 points, six rebounds and six assists on Saturday night in Indiana against the Pacers but it was not enough as the Pacers beat the Heat 101-92 in overtime.
The Heat were without six-time All-Star Kyle Lowry, but Tyler Herro did have 30 points and ten rebounds off the bench.
After the game, Butler spoke to reporters.
"There's no excuses," he said post-game. "The game was definitely within reach, we've gotta figure out a way to win.
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