The stage was set, and the revenge game was quickly underway. Hood looked every bit of the scoring punch Miami Heat Check needed as he scored the first 7 of the teams 9 points including the first shot of the game, a pull-up 3-pointer from the left wing. He went on to score 11 of the team’s 17 first-quarter points.
Yes, I’m sure the Heat missed JMoneyRep at the time of the trade, but that was all put to rest when Hood took the court for his first game in a Heat Check uniform. He played like a man on a mission, and he was not afraid to score the basketball.