Heat-Celtics: Dwyane Wade Drops 46 Points on Boston As Miami Wins Game Four

April 25th, 2010 by Ash Marshall Leave a reply »
When the Boston Celtics called a timeout with 9:13 to play in the fourth quarter of Game Four, Dwyane Wade was busy shouting at his right hand as he jogged back up the court after nailing his third consecutive three-pointer to give the Heat a five-point lead.

He was probably telling his hand just how money it was, as if it didn't know already.

As the fans rose to their feet, Wade's words were lost in the sea of emotion and flash photography. His performance was not.

The Heat trailed 77-71 after three periods, but Wade's hot hand brought the hosts back into the contest. With it, it kept Miami's championship hopes alive, if just for one more day.

Wade had scored 14 and 11 points in the first and third quarters, either side of a distinctly average two-point second period, but he truly came alive when the game came down to the final period.

He netted 14 fourth-quarter points in the first four minutes, which included a trio of big shots from beyond the arc and three free throws when he was fouled on a questionable shot from the left wing by Ray Allen.

He tied his regular season high of 44 points, and set his own pla ...

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