Oklahoma City Thunder and Miami Heat are heading into game 4 of the NBA Finals. The series is at 2-1, the Heat leading by one game, and they have home court advantage for the next two games. If the HEAT sweep at home they'll become Champions; if the Oklahoma City Thunder wins one of the next two games they would get a shot at winning, playing the two remaining games at home.
Miami has a good shot at becoming champions if they play the two home games that are left at home the way they did last night, with the same focus, diligent scoring and teamwork they displayed then, with those 3 pointers by Battier, rebounds by Wade, Lebron James charging the rim and Bosh as backup. Their hunger to be champions and silencing the media are all good perks for a shot at ending 2012 as the NBA Champions.
Oklahoma City still has a definite shot at winning, too. This young team should not be underestimated in any way. They are in the finals through determination and perseverance after a rough regular season in which no one thought they would make it this far, but they did! And now they face defeat or sweet victory. With focus, and being careful of personal fouls, they can win this. I'm looking forward to game 4, which should be interesting.
Game 4 will be a turning point game for both the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder, because of possibility of all being decided by this game's outcome.