Heat 101 Bulls 93 OT
Mia lead 3-1
King James and his Miami Heat are one away from reaching the NBA Finals after defeating the Chicago Bulls in game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
LeBron James put on a dominant performance both offensively and defensively to solidify his spot as the best basketball player in the world. James finished with 35 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists, and 3 blocks. James continued to come through in the clutch, coming up with timely buckets and stops late in the fourth quarter and in overtime. Prior to this season there were two major knocks on LeBron. The first was that James was not clutch and the second was that he has yet to win a title. LeBron has proved to the world this postseason that he is indeed clutch, and it seems that a title is on the horizon. No matter how his postseason run ends, LeBron James is truly a king and deserves to be viewed as one from myself and other critics.
Chris Bosh had another solid game scoring 22 points, while DWayne Wade added 14 points. Derrick Rose led the Bulls with 23 points, but he missed 2 potential game winning jumpers in the final minute of regulation, one as time expired. Rose would not score in the overtime session. Luol Deng and Carlos Boozer each scored 20 points.
The Miami Heat will look the advance to the NBA Finals in game 5 thursday, as the series returns to Chicago.