NBA Playoffs: Dwyane Wade and LeBron James Clicking at Right Time for Miami

May 22nd, 2012 by Danny Webster Leave a reply »
When the Miami Heat lost Chris Bosh to that abdominal strain in Game 1, weren't the Heat supposed to look weaker with only two-thirds of the Big Three intact?

Well, I suppose it's a Big Three when Shane Battier, of all people, is making three-pointers like he's playing at Duke.

But don't ask that question around LeBron James and Dwyane Wade because their play in the last two games have the South Beach Militia looking better than ever, as Miami took a 3-2 series lead over the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night with a 115-83 win.

After Game 4, when LeBron and Wade combined for 70 points in a must-win situation, Miami's dynamic duo combined for only 58 points on 22-for-36 shooting—you know they're that good when you say "only 58 points"—and James once again posted a double-double with 30 points and 10 rebounds.

Wade has rebounded in fantastic fashion from his Game 3 meltdown with head coach Erik Spoelstra in the last two games, putting up 30 in Game 4 and 28 points on Tuesday. It looks like that trip to visit his old college coach Tom Crean is paying dividends for the former NBA Finals MVP.

This is exactly what Heat ...

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