There have been some really great Super Bowl halftime performances, but there have also been some really awful ones, too.
Here are the five worst Super Bowl halftime performances in the history of the big game:
Cold Play’s Super Bowl 50 performance wasn’t terrible, it just underwhelmed and lacked spectacle. The band was collectively treated like a footnote and eventually dismissed as an opening act for, who had an electric performance with Bruno Mars and stole the show.
This season, he reached career highs in receptions (102, fourth in the NFL) and yards (1,393, third, behind only Antonio Brown and Julio Jones). His catches were a franchise record, and the only player in Chargers history with more receiving yards in a season is Hall of Famer Lance Alworth.
They did a really good job of trying to run you off the 3-point line, Harden said. So that was kind of tough for us tonight, but defensively that second half we locked up, controlled the game and that was it.
Whiteside led the Heat with 22 points and 13 rebounds. The team was missing Goran Dragic for the second straight game because of a bruised left knee.
They finished and finished in high fashion, making shots, and we struggled to get clean looks on the other end, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.
Houston was at full strength for the first time in a while with Trevor Ariza and Gerald Green back after serving two-game suspensions for an altercation with the Clippers. Ariza had three points and five rebounds in 29 minutes, but Green did not play.