There’s no doubt how much the Miami heat, especially Lebron James here wants to win this game 6 in the Eastern Finals to push for the Game 7 against the Boston Celtics who clearly was in awe and in shock about what happened during that Game 6 in the game where the Miami Heat won 98-79 with a big 19 lead.
If you were to ask me, it feels like the Heat was in totaly control of the game and that Lebron James was able to deliver big crucial shots running away with that Game 6 wins delaying the celebration of the Boston Celitics who though that this is their last game against the Heat’s in Game 6. Believe it or not, the won who totally brought that drive and game play in the game 6 of the Eastern Conference was the one and only Lebron James who is said to have almost tied his career high because of this.
You can say that this is one hell of a historic game for Lebron James, putting to the fact that they are playinh in the Boston Celtics home court where they lost a couple of their games in the NBA 2012. But you know what’s another obvious?! The fact that Celtics Rajon Rondo was not able to put a stop on Lebron and that he “Rondo” was actually having a tough night scoring an average of 21 points together with his 10 assists in game 6.