Jun 12, 2013; San Antonio, TX, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James dunks during practice before game 4 of the 2013 NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs at AT

All The Heat News You Need Game 4 Preview

Four games into the 2013 NBA Finals and the Miami Heat find themselves in a must-win situation, again. The team has played with fire this entire post season, and need to be careful before they find themselves to become burn victims, much like they did in 2011.

Here are some links to get you pumped about tonight’s game:

LeBron James, Miami Heat have plan for Game 4 fixes | USA Today

Whether the words were delivered with animation (Chris Bosh), calm (Dwyane Wade and LeBron James) or intensity (Erik Spoelstra), the Miami Heat message is the same going into Game 4 of the NBA Finals.

Magic Johnson urges Miami Heat’s LeBron James to be like Michael Jordan | Miami Herald

SAN ANTONIO — ABC announcer and Hall of Fame guard Magic Johnson said off the air Wednesday he is “shocked by the way” LeBron James played in Game 3 of the NBA Finals and implored him to stop deferring as much to teammates.

Johnson also said that regardless of the results of these Finals, the Heat needs to change its roster.

Miami Heat searching for answers | ESPN

SAN ANTONIO — The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs have created an identity crisis for the NBA Finals.

Through three games, role players on both sides have outperformed superstars and future Hall of Famers. Two supposedly evenly matched teams have exchanged blowout victories the past two games. And most figured a former Cleveland Cavalier would have a huge impact on the series.

Bosh talks of enduring stay, wants to remain in Miami | Sun-Sentinel

Following the Miami Heat’s Wednesday practice at the AT&T Center, center Chris Bosh spoke of a possible change of address in South Florida. Hours later, his wife took to Twitter saying the couple wasn’t going anywhere.

Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh disappear in onslaught | Miami Herald 

SAN ANTONIO — With LeBron James again scoring well below his norm, the Heat badly needed gems from his Big Three running mates on Tuesday.

Alas, neither Dwyane Wade nor Chris Bosh could deliver one in Game 3.

Video: Heat coach Erik Estrada? Kimmel makes fun of fans | Sun-Sentinel

Jimmy Kimmel Live devoted Tuesday night’s installment of Lie Witness News to a collection of people purported to be Miami Heat fans.

One absurd question asked of a fan is whether he thinks “the Heat’s Rhombus offense will do well against the Heat’s peek-a-boo zone?”

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