As the Eastern Conference Finals hits its fourth game tonight, the Celtics and Heat are continuing to make adjustments and counter reactions to one another's personnel and strategic decisions. Here are a few notes detailing just how important the game is, and how each team will try to grab momentum heading into Tuesday night's Game 5.
- Writes Jeff Zillgitt from USA Today, Dwyane Wade will need to have a big offensive performance if the Heat are to win Game 4.
- According to an Associated Press report, Chris Bosh will be out tonight, and his status for the rest of the series is "still indefinite."
- CBSSports.com's Ben Golliver previews tonight's game by asking can the Celtics offense show up for a third game in a row?
- Mike Petraglia from WEEI.com's Green Street blog writes about various defensive adjustments the Celtics have made to slow down Heat guard Dwyane Wade. Wade didn't attempt a single free-throw in Game 3, and the Celtics are prepared for an offensive flurry.
- In his preview for tonight's game, SI.com's Ian Thomsen believes Boston's bench will have to have another surprising effort.
- On ESPNBoston.com, three Celtics writers answer three questions pertaining to how the rest of this series will play itself out.