Boston takes 3-2 lead as Miami Heat falls to Celtics
MIAMI — Chris Bosh has been telling the Miami Heat that he's ready to play. The Heat seem ready to listen.
The Miami Heat cruised past the Boston Celtics Monday night in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals. Dwyane Wade grabbed a rebound, turned and fired a 90-foot pass to LeBron James to set up one of the easiest scores the Miami Heat had all night.
Wade' leadership can be questioned once again based on his performance in the 2007-08 season when the Miami Heat had an embarrassing record of 15-67. Wade only played in 51 games that season and the Heat won only 11 of those games.
Either that or he was being incredibly sarcastic and condescending towards the Miami Heat after they dropped Game 5 tonight. Those are the only two reasons he would be yelling “Good job! Good effort!” repeatedly as the
Flo Rida: I always go with the Miami Heat. The home team. GH: The Heat have a big Game 5 coming up against the Boston Celtics. How do you feel about their chances? Flo Rida: I'm not worried, I'm not worried. They're gonna take it.