When Heat Freezes Over: Heat Lose Critical Game 5
Despite Chris Bosh's return to the lineup, the Heat looked pretty cold in the last remaining minutes of last night's game.
One thing we do know now, if that the Celtics win Game 6 in Boston, the Celtics will advance to NBA finals, and for the Heat, the talks of trade, which coach to blame or fire is certain.
But in this case, Heat fans should blame the Celtics for holding their team to 39 percent shooting, with holding them to 7 for 26 from 3-point land.
Maybe Heat fans can blame DeWayne Wade or LeBron James for shooting a combining 21 for 47 from field goal range.
Maybe they can blame Kevin Garnett for having his best game of the entire postseason, shooting for 26 points and grabbing 11 rebounds.
Whatever you do, don't blame the Celtics for simply being the better team, mentally and on the court in this game.
The Celtics can end it all in Beantown on Thursday for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, don't be shocked to see the Heat not show up to play, it's happened before.