Heat Eating the Boston Celtics Alive In the Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals | Kentips.com

Heat Eating the Boston Celtics Alive In the Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals

May 29, 2012 0 Comments
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Heat Eating the Boston Celtics Alive In the Game 1 of the Eastern Conference FinalsThis was more like an obvious first ball game between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics for the best of seven Eastern Conference Finals at the American Airlines Arena. To start off, let me just say that the duo, Lebron James and Dwayne Wade made this game their own scoring in and out of the pace, contesting what the Boston Celtics can do against them. And one thing was made sure after this game 1 between this two teams. It’s that even though Heat’s Chris Bosh was not in the game, they can still handlethe Boston Celtics with Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and former Los Angeles Lakers Derrick Fisher.

The game was like a result of what seems to be hard and progressive training that the Heat has! Not to mention their coach Erik Spoelstra who made sure that Dwayne Wade is going to play his usual game, and that He did. Wade scored a massive of 22 points together with his seven assists along with Lebron James who had 32 points and 13 rebounds in the game that ended and brought down the Boston Celtics 93-79.

It was a 14 point ball game that ended the possible first run game of the Boston Celtics. Without any doubt, this is what the Miami Heat is made off! Not to mention two of it’s front man, Dwayne Wade, Lebron James and the injured Chris Bosh. What happened in this first game of the Eastern Conference finals was, the Heat’s made the Boston feel fear and that their one of those teams that they need to lookup to when it comes to running fast phase play and amazing defense.

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