NBA Feet: 2011 Playoffs – Bulls vs. Heat Game 4 Recap

May 25, 2011 BY

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After losing the opening game of the series, the Miami Heat have been scorching hot and rolling on all cylinders, receiving elite-level contribution from each of the Big Three when needed the most. Wade, LeBron, and Bosh are proving that three superstars can co-exist, because they’re just one win away from an NBA Finals appearance – Miami’s first since winning the title in 2006. LeBron James once again sported the LeBron 8 P.S. Home PE, which features a red midsole and yellow speckling, and Dwyane Wade wore his own Home PE of the Jordan Fly Wade. Mike Miller, who provided some clutch buckets down the stretch, wore the Air Max 360 BB Low in white. Chicago had a chance at victory, but Derrick Rose fell short on two key last-second jumpers as he was guarded heavily by LeBron James. Rose wore the adidas adiRose 1.5 (no Crazy Light?) and Carlos Boozer wore the White/Black/Red PE of the Hyperdunk 2010 with colorblocking reminscent of the Nike Air Force 1 ‘Scarface’ that released half a decade ago. We’ve got a full recap of Game 4 below so take a look and let us know if you think Miami will close it out in Game 5. via Yahoo!.

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