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Flash Wade makes an NBA Finals appearance
June 14, 2013 - Andy Heintz
LeBron James is the best player in the world. But not even he alone can beat the San Antonio Spurs in a seven-game series.
That is why the efforts of Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh were so big to the Game 4 win Thursday night.
James was right now. Wade played like Flash on his way to a playoff-high this year of 32 points. If he plays that well and James continues his level of play, I don't there anyone beats them four times.
The ball and advantage took a turn toward the Heat on Thursday as they won back home-court advantage following strong performances from their Big 3.
The back-and-forth of wins and losses has made the series interesting. Neither team is beyond blowing out the team out. Winning four games in the series may come down to a buzzer beater at some point. The Heat have two more home games so I like their chances but nothing surprises me about San Antonio pulling off the win though.
Miami has not lost back-to-back games since Jan. 10 of this past year. That stat may not matter though if the trend of one-game win streaks continues over the next three games.
San Antonio will bounce back. They are too prideful and their coach is great. But can they win another game in Miami, especially since the Heat have continued to get better at home.
I predicted Heat to win the series last week and I am going to stick with them. But I do hope this game goes 7 games. It's been fun to watch and the fans deserve the best.
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