The Big 3 of the Miami Heat, Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, were split apart by an injury to Bosh during the series with the Indiana Pacers. Unfortunately for the Boston Celtics, that hasn’t stopped the dominance of Lebron James and Dwyane Wade.
Since Game 4 of the Indiana-Miami series, Dwyane Wade and Lebron James have averaged about 60 points per game. Wade and Lebron have taken over the Miami Heat and replaced Chris Bosh on the court. This dynamic duo doesn’t look like it can be stopped.
The Boston Celtics are in a now or never kind of state because Kevin Garnett won’t be a Celtic next year and Ray Allen’s contract is up as well. The tactic that the Celtics need to use is to eliminate either Wade or James. We all know that it’s physically impossible to eliminate James since he is the only one that can remove himself from a game such as the Finals last year with the Dallas Mavericks. So the only choice is Wade. How to do it, I don’t know since I’m not a player or a coach, but it’s possible.
In Game 1, the Heat just dominated in all aspects of the game. They hit their shots, had 11 blocks, and even had their bench making good points. The Heat will most likely be in the Finals again, but I don’t expect them to win it all. Miami has a chance if Bosh comes back, but that could also ruin the flow and chemistry that Wade and Lebron have right now.
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