NBA’s hottest team so far in this current season, Miami Heat, is advancing to the 2013 Eastern Conference finals after beating Chicago Bulls in the playoffs. Last Wednesday, Heat cut off Bulls a string of hope to somehow make a come back in the semifinals series, with Lebron James leading his team. The American Airlines Arena was packed with fans to witness a grueling, entertaining basketball match of conference yet. The game was won by Heat with a score of 94-91, suggesting that the winner didn’t have it easy. Chicago Bulls apparently never quit on that game, but the lack of reinforcement on their offense at the most crucial moment to send the game in overtime cost them to lose. With this win, Heat is now waiting for their next opponent to finish off the Eastern Conference finals playoff.
Miami Heat is closely watching the development of the game between New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers. Either of the said teams will be their next opponent in the finals series. Some critics believe that New York Knicks might not make it as Pacers are peaking at the right time. NY Knicks’ problem so far in the series is team work, a supporting cast to help Carmelo Anthony fire up the offense and keep up with the Pacers’ defense. The two teams are almost evenly matched, if not for the height of the Indiana players, but sports analysts seemed to predict that it would be a Pacers-Heat finals game. Some critics would even say that age and agility are factors to Knicks’ possible loss come game 6, and these factors will not help them in their finals campaign against Heat. Unlike the Pacers that have a much larger, younger line up, they have a chance to keep up with the athleticism and scorching hot offense of the Miami team. On a lighter note, a lot of analysts still believe that Miami Heat could pull the finals series off with a win against whichever team will win after game 6. The most important thing that Heat has is consistency in their effort to bring home the bacon as a team, implying that even without the “Big Three” the supporting players can make it through. For instance, even though the Heat icon Dwayne Wade still nurses his sore knee during the semifinals, the team managed to beat Chicago Bulls in a 5-game playoff.
Without a doubt, the leadership of Lebron James, Cris Bosh and the determination of his team mates to come back to the NBA finals served instrumental in winning their games one step at a time. So, the battle for the NBA finals berth can be intense, full of drama and passion as neither team will give up easily for certain. The Eastern Conference finals series has never been so exciting with the unexpected results of each game. For Miami Heat, there should be no room for complacency as Pacers or Knicks have the skills and spirit to make an upset.
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