In the video above, Michael Wilbon, Magic Johnson, Jon Barry and Chris Broussard look ahead to the Game 5 matchup between the Celtics and Heat. Their Eastern Conference finals series is tied at two games apiece after Boston's Game 4 victory on Sunday night.
"Now going back to Miami, if I'm Boston I'm feeling great about myself," Magic said. "And the one shooter they need to get going., Ray Allen, he's going now. He had 16 points in Game 4. The Celtics have got to be feeling good about their chances in Game 5."
Barry says the Celtics' formula in Games 3 and 4 worked.
"If you stop one of the two for Miami, Wade or LeBron -- and they've the conscious decision to stop Wade -- you win the game," Barry said. "This (Heat) team can't win unless both of these guys are at their best."
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