LeBron James leads Miami Heat-Boston Celtics Game 2 and won, (102-91)

By on May 4, 2011 in Basketball, Sports, United States Comments

LeBron James lead the Miami Heat-Boston Celtics Game 2 for the best-of-seven games for the Eastern Conference, and won with the score 102-91 on Tuesday night.

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As noted at NBA, LeBron James scored 35 points in the ballgame as 24 of them were made on the second half to make the Heat won against the Celtics (2-0) for the eastern semi-finals.

“Now the mental discipline begins,” Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said, as his 2 other top players Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh have also helped a lot to win the game.

“This thing is just getting started.” Spoelstra added, as Miami Heat pulled ahead in the fourth quarter on a 14-0 run, as the Heat’s top trio had a total score of 80 points.

Apparently, Dwyane Wade made 28 points, and Chris Bosh scored 17 points with 11 rebounds, with the Miami fans watching at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami went wild.

After a pair of free throws went in for Celtics’ Paul Pierce with 7:10 left, the score tied at 80 but his team missed the succeeding six shots until the Heat pulled away.

“This is a great team we are going against right now,” LeBron James said, who rejected Kevin Garnett’s effort to make a basket in the last seconds of the ball game.

“We’re just trying to give ourselves a good chance to win, just try to keep on attacking them, playing as hard as we can defensively; just trying to wear them down throughout the game, but it’s a great team.” James added.

The Miami Heat-Boston Celtics Game 3 will be held at Boston on Saturday, as the Heat only need to win 2 more games to make it to the finals.

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