After tonight's game five of the NBA semi-finals, the Boston Celtics know not to play with fire while in Miami. The Miami Heat scorched all hopes of a Boston win once Lebron James came to life. But the lucky leprechaun's looked championship worthy early, as they led 24-16 at the end of the first quarter.
Guard Dwayne Wade kept the Heat in it as Boston led by mostly small margins through the second and third quarters. Then in the fourth quarter King James took the baton from D'Wade and sprinted to the goal line with 13 points. Miami outscored the Celtics 26-14 in the clinching quarter and will move on to face the winner of the Atlanta vs Chicago series, which the Bulls currently lead 3-2.
As much as I hear about and respect the play of Lebron James, D'Wade is the man that makes the Heat go. I expect him to be the MVP of something by the end of the NBA Playoffs.