Failed to win, the Bulls Left Behind 1-3 From Heat

Chicago Bulls failed to equalize in the fourth game NBA Eastern finals after losing to the Miami Heat 101-93 through half extra time. Heat are now ahead 3-1.

Determined equalized after previously lagging 1-2, the Bulls tried to dominate since the crew of the match and was always superior to the first three quarter of the game at American Airlines Arena in Miami, Wednesday (25/05/2011) pm.

NBA's best player (MVP) Derrick Rose this season repeatedly outwit the Heat players to score points. Aware that Rose was too free to move, in the fourth quarter the Heat forward LeBron James was assigned to keep a tight player bernomer it back.

As a result, Rose and the Bulls game was not developed and the Heat managed to catch up and an equalizer for a 85-85 at the end of the fourth quarter to force overtime done.

Unfortunately, the Bulls already exhausted squad at half-time extension. With Rose's condition still 'handcuffed' LeBron James, Tom Thibodeau care team should give up on his opponent's back.

LeBron James admitted quite overwhelmed guard Derrick Rose.

"It's very hard to keep the MVP because he has a lot of energy. But, the team adopted a defensive game we can shut down the movement of the players the Bulls," said the player who scored the highest in the game, 35 numbers.

Team-mate, Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade added 22 and 14 points.

Meanwhile, Rose could only scored 23 points for the Bulls. Luol Deng and Carlos Boozer scored 20 points. Bulls still have a chance to catch up on the fifth and sixth games to be held in Chicago.

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Posted by Dwi Anggono on Wednesday, May 25, 2011. Filed under . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Feel free to leave a response

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