Miami Heat: What To Expect Moving Forward

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Jun 11, 2013; San Antonio, TX, USA; Miami Heat center Chris Bosh (1), Mario Chalmers (15), Ray Allen (34) LeBron James (6) and Dwyane Wade (3) react during a time-out against the San Antonio Spurs in the fourth quarter during game three of the 2013 NBA Finals at the AT

What happened last night in San Antonio? It’s kind of a difficult question to answer, as we Miami Heat fans saw something that we never that was possible; LeBron James and the Heat team were blown out in a NBA Finals game. I don’t have to sit here and explain to everyone just how bad of a game it was for Miami, because if you’re reading this, chances are you know exactly what happened.

Tomorrow night these two teams will face off in game four of this best of seven series. With game one being a close game and then Games Two and Three being blowouts, you have to expect a close game tomorrow. Now, although I am expecting a close game a la Game One tomorrow night, there are still way too many questions that need to be answered. Will LeBron have a bounce back game? Will Tony Parker’s hamstring hold up? How will the Heat’s defense adjust after a previous meltdown? Well, below I will give my complete diagnosis for what will be one of the best basketball games that you will ever see.

First off, if you think that LeBron is going to have yet another poor performance by his standards, then you are crazy. In my opinion, LeBron didn’t even have a bad game three. If you look at his statistics, you will realize that he recorded a double-double, while scoring 15 points. Sure, he is LeBron and everyone expects him to record a triple double every night. What people fail to realize is that LeBron is human. Not every game of his is going to be better than the previous one. He is allowed to have an off night. Of course you never want your star player to have an off night on the biggest stage of him all, but he did and as Heat fans all we can do is get over it and put our trust into him, because after all, he is the best player on this planet.

Jun 11, 2013; San Antonio, TX, USA; San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker (9) reacts during the first quarter of game three of the 2013 NBA Finals against the Miami Heat at the AT

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Topics: Lebron James, Miami Heat, NBA Finals, San Antonio Spurs, Tony Parker

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