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One Step-Again, the Heat qualified for Regional Finals


 One Step further, the Miami Heat will advance to the final round the western region. Heat lead 3-1 in the semi-finals after winning 98-90 in the fourth game on Tuesday (05/10/2011) pm.

Miami Heat steal an important victory at home to the Celtics, TD Garden through the fierce battle. Both teams even have to go through round after extra-time position 86-86 draw at the end of the fourth quarter.

From the start, the Heat was able to keep the Celtics game farm team Erik Spoelstra although it had left in the first three quarters. However, Dwayne Wade et al managed to rise in the fourth quarter to lead the Celtics to force overtime.

Heat victory could not be separated from the appearance of brilliant forward LeBron James, who scored the highest figure in the match, 35 points and 14 rebounds. Wade added 28 points and Chris Bosh 28 points and 12 rebounds.

Despite winning 3-1, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra did not want to underestimate the fifth game to be held in the cage, AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, on Thursday (12/05/2011) future.

"The next match will be the biggest challenge for us in the playoffs. They (the Celtics) will surely appear an all-out and if we want to achieve our achievements, we definitely have to play better than the fourth game," he said.

Meanwhile, while Paul Pierce scored 27 points, he was unable to bring the Celtics win. Likewise, the achievement 17 points from Ray Allen and 10 digits were printed Rajon Rondo and Delonte West, Celtics still have to languish because of lagging 1-3.

If you still want to compete become NBA champions this year, Doc Rivers's care team must win three games remaining of the seven semi-final match region.


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Posted by Dwi Anggono on Tuesday, May 10, 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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