Paul Pierce Immediately Regrets Asking to Guard LeBron James; Heat Takes 3-1 Series Lead
4. Chris Bosh Will Murder You Slowly
Chris Bosh did not have a fantastic start to Game 4. He was tentative, failed to even attempt a shot early on, and was constantly outmuscled by the mummified remains of Kevin Garnett.
Bosh attempted six three-pointers, of which only two connected, while the other four seemed rushed and forced, like somebody threw a dead frog at him and he threw it up into the air in disgust.
But the one that dropped at the end, of course, mattered.
With less than a minute to play and the game still teetering, LeBron did the one thing everyone else in Heat Nation failed to do -- he placed his faith in Chris Bosh. At the most crucial moment on the game, instead of taking the shot, LeBron passed the ball to Bosh, who managed to knock down the silky-smooth three-point dagger right into Brooklyn's face.