The Miami Heat a head home for Game 5 and no matter what, will have to return to Indiana to play one last time on the road against the Pacers. That is not what the team wanted when they took a two games to one lead over the Pacers by winning game three on the road.
However, with immense issues rebounding the ball and some questionable calls made against them, some of which will be reviewed by the NBA, the Miami Heat head home for game five hoping for a better effort from everyone not named Lebron James, as they try to once again take control of a series that has been anything but easy.
Our leader Jae Bradley made a great suggestion on how the Heat can best utilize Chris Bosh to take an advantage in game five.
Miami Heat Star LeBron James Wants Interns | Business Week
Attention college students: LeBron James is hiring.
On Tuesday morning the official website of the Miami Heat star announced it was looking for interns, “students who have an interest in online content development and digital sports marketing.” Among other duties, the gig involves “assisting the content development team with updating LeBronJames.com” and “researching trends and advancements in the technology & sports space.”
LeBron James’ post game still on rise | Sports Illustrated
Basketball development is a fluid, ongoing process. It doesn’t stop or slow with the addition of some new skill, nor does it come to a halt when a player reaches a certain age. The gains made aren’t always glamorous or even noticeable, but the perpetual endeavor for refinement is so often what separates the very good from the truly great.
Miami Heat May Have Exposed Their Weaknesses | Fansided
The Miami Heat have been known to be a ruthless, tough, loathsome team, despised by many NBA fans for either knocking out their favourite team or for simply winning. Yes winning the Heat responded to those naysayers by winning and they did so winning the championship during the 2011-2012 season.
No matter what, the Heat will have to return to Indianapolis. After the way Game 4 on Tuesday played out, winning another game in this town is going to be a tall order.
Column: LeBron gets more attention than he wants | Miami Herald
LeBron James likely did himself no favors with the refs by fueling the debate over flopping just ahead of Game 4.
Little more than 12 hours after he breezily labeled the practice “not even a bad thing, you’re just trying to get the advantage,” the Miami Heat star collected his sixth foul and took a seat on the bench with the game on the line and just under a minute left against the Indiana Pacers.
Who Has Edge in Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat’s New Best-of-3 Series? | Bleacher Report
In reigning MVP LeBron James, the Miami Heat have a superstar player capable of shouldering his franchise and pushing it through to the NBA Finals.