East Finals Notes: Bosh, Wade, Celtics, Heat

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. 


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