NBA 2010 Playoffs 1st Round: Boston Celtics vs Miami Heat Game 4

Watch Boston Celtics vs Miami Heat Game 4 Live Stream – NBA 2010 Playoffs 1st Round

With Boston Celtics winning Game 3 with a score of 100-98 and now leads the series with a commanding 3-0, will Paul Pierce and the Celts push the Heat out of the Playoffs in Game 4 this afternoon? Will the Heat beat the Celtics in Game 4 to extend the series to Game 5? The Miami Heat must again get their team together and pull off a win this afternoon. If Wade gets help with his teammates, they have a great chance to have Game 5 but at Boston’s Home court.

But one thing is for sure, what happens in any particular game in this series is impossible to predict. So don’t bother, just watch and enjoy the drama as two great teams battle for the chance to stay in the playoffs and have a chance to play in the 2010 NBA Finals.

Here’s Boston vs Miami Series Matchup Results:

GAME 1 – Sat, April 17 8:00 pm @Boston ESPN
Boston 85 – Miami 76

Game 2 – Tue, April 20 8:00 pm @Boston TNT
Boston 106 – Miami 77

GAME 3 – Fri, April 23 7:00 pm @Miami ESPN
Boston 100 – Miami 98

GAME 4 – Sun, April 25 1:00 pm @Miami ABC
Boston 92 – Miami 101

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GAME 5 UPDATE: Watch Celtics-Heat Game 5 at the link provided

GAME 4 UPDATE: Heat stay alive with 101-92 win in Game 4.

Miami Heat stave off elimination as Wade dominates Celtics in second half.

Dwyane Wade isn’t ready for the offseason. Not even close.

And thanks to another record-setting effort by their star, the Miami Heat suddenly have life in their series against the Boston Celtics.

Undeterred by talk that this might have been his final home game in Miami, Wade set franchise playoff records by scoring 46 points, 30 in the second half, and the Heat kept their season alive by beating the Celtics 101-92 on Sunday in Game 4 of their Eastern Conference first-round series.

Boston Celtics still lead the series 3-1.

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