Heat vs. Spurs: 4 Burning Questions For Game 4

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Jun 12, 2013; San Antonio, TX, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (right) shoots as head coach Erik Spoelstra looks on during practice before game 4 of the 2013 NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs at AT

3.  If the Heat don’t win Game 4 is this series over?

Ehsan: No, but that could be the best thing for this team. If there’s no room for error, they may come out and play even better. That’s not the ideal scenario and the outlook will be bleak, so a win is still a must though.

DJ: Yes. The Heat are used to adversity, but there is a reason why no team has ever erased a 1-3 deficit in the NBA Finals.

Kris: Effectively, yes. Even though Miami plays better with their backs against the wall, being down 1-3 just seems like an uphill climb that is too much to overcome.


4.  Give me one bold prediction for Game 4.

Ehsan: Lebron James silences the critics and drops 40+. The Heat win by double figures.

DJ:  LeBron steps up, and starts to look like the player that has won four MVP awards.

Kris: We finally see LeBron James assert himself.



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