Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics 2012 Eastern Final Live Game Soon
The Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics 2012 Eastern Final Live series will feature a lot of great match-ups that may favor both sides. The Celtics will have to expect a drop in the offensive production of Paul Pierce. After all, Doc Rivers will have Paul Pierce concentrate most of his energy on limiting the effectiveness of LeBron James in this series.
Miami Heat vs Boston Celtics Eastern Final 2012 Schedule:
Heat vs Celtics Game 1 Live: 28 May 2012, 8:30pm ET
Heat vs Celtics Game 2 Live: 30 May 2012, 8:30pm ET
Heat vs Celtics Game 3 Live: 1 June 2012, 8:30pm ET
Heat vs Celtics Game 4 Live: 3 June 2012, 8:30pm ET
Heat vs Celtics Game 5 Live: 5 June 2012, 8:30pm ET
Heat vs Celtics Game 6 Live: 7 June 2012, 8:30pm ET
Heat vs Celtics Game 7 Live: 9 June 2012, 8:30pm ET
Miami Heat vs Boston Celtics Eastern Final 2012 Game Preview
However, LeBron James is playing the best basketball of his career, so Paul Pierce’s job will be easier said than done. Mario Chalmers’s length may be able to give Rondo some trouble. However, Rajon Rondo has so many complexities to this game when he is playing at his maximum potential. If Rondo makes enough of an impact, I expect Erik Spoelstra to put LeBron James on Rondo for a significant period of time.
The Celtics may have no answer for Dwayne Wade. Ray Allen may be too banged up himself to guard Wade effectively. It appears that Celtics SG Avery Bradley may miss the rest of his season with a dislocated shoulder. Bradley would have been an ideal defender for the Celtics to put on Dwayne Wade.
If the Celtics hope to win this series, they must win the battle on the interior. Kevin Garnett and Brendan Bass must take full advantage of their match-up against a banged-up Chris Bosh and an under-sized Udonis Haslem. The Celtics cannot let Joel Anthony make an impact on the glass in terms of rebounds and blocked shots.
Miami Heat News predict that The Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics 2012 Eastern Final live series may live up to the physicality of the Heat vs. Pacers series. One team will be trying to live up to the championship expectations of the entire NBA Universe while another will look to take advantage of what may be their final opportunity.
The winner of this series moves one step closer to the NBA championship!
Would that be Miami Heat or Boston Celtics?
Would that be Lebron James or Paul Pierce become the Final MVP?
and perhaps Dwayne Wade or Kevin Garnett?
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