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May 19, 2012

The Miami Heat is finding it hard to win without Chris Bosh. Sunday afternoon the Heat takes on the Indiana Pacers in game four of their best of seven eastern conference semifinals. The Pacers lead the series 2-1 after winning the last two games.

Miami’s Chris Bosh went down injured in game one of the series and is out indefinitely with an abdominal strain injury. No one besides possibly Pat Riley the Miami Heat president would have thought Bosh’s injury would have been so hard to overcome for the Heat.

Miami still has its two superstars in LeBron James and Dwayne Wade. However, they do not have Bosh. Since Bosh came to the Heat in 2010 the power forward has gone through much criticism, all that criticism should stop after this series.

Bosh was the key to making life easier on the court for LeBron James. Since Bosh was injured in game one, James has had to play power forward amongst players who are taller, stronger and more powerful. That has taken its toll on James and it shows when he missed free throws late in games and crucial shots down the stretch.

Indiana has also been able to control Wade and take him out of his game. The Indiana defense has neutralized James in the sense that they will let him score knowing he does not have a large “S” tattooed on his chest.

Offensively the Pacers are getting great contributions from Danny Granger, David West and Paul George. Game four is critical for the Pacers to win and head back to Miami with a chance of eliminating the Heat in five games. A win by Miami ties the series and give the Heat its home court advantage and more time for Bosh to heal.

The line opened with Miami as a 1 ½-point favorite and now is up to 2 points. The total is at 178 ½. Take Miami in this less the points to pull out a crucial win on the road to tie the series. The total will end OVER.

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Saturday, May 19th, 2012 2011-2012, NBA Betting

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