The Miami Heat's second round playoff series has shifted to Brooklyn.
The Heat held shootaround on Saturday.
Coach Erik Spoelstra said "The type of game we played in Game 2 won't get it done."
The Heat expect a big counter-punch from the Nets.
In Game 1, Kevin Garnett was held scoreless.
In Game 2, guard Deron Williams did not score.
The Heat expect the Nets to feed off of the energy of their home crowd.
Miami has history on their side.
The Heat have never lost a series during the Big Three era after winning the first two games (6-0).
Game 3 tips off at 8:00 p.m.
It will be broadcast in South Florida on Local 10.