Remember when both the Spurs and Heat were going to run over the Thunder and Celtics like they were minor inconveniences at best? The Thunder put a stop to that talk late last week, and the Celtics provided a rebuttal of their own on Sunday. Boston has held large leads in three games this series, although it's become somewhat proficient at letting the Heat get back in the swing of things -- an 18-point advantage nearly turned into disaster as the Heat nearly won it after forcing overtime. Fortunately for the Celtics, Rajon Rondo is playing out of his mind, and is very clearly not intimidated by the Heat's star power.
Were Rondo's comments worthwhile?
"What I said was true. I don't take back what I said. That's what it is." -- Rajon Rondo
Did the refs call a good game?
Both Paul Pierce and LeBron James fouled out in this game, LeBron for his first time ever as a member of the Miami Heat.
Last shot for the Heat?
The Heat once again went to Dwyane Wade for the last shot in the game -- a shot that just barely missed capping the Heat's comeback.
Chris Bosh will likely return for Game 5, reuniting the Big Three just as the series reaches a very critical point.