The NBA Dribbled Out

Some links around the web on the Celtics and Heat, but primarily the Heat. 
—SI’s Zach Lowe on how the Celtics gained the upper hand in the Eastern Conference Finals.
—Matt Moore at ProBasketballTalk on the ECF Game 5 and Erik Spoelsta [sic] vs. depths of pressure.
—Chris Sheridan thinks Spoelstra’s explanation for not using more of Chris Bosh in game 5 was “scandalous.” Also, Bosh may start in game 6, which I guess wouldn’t be that scandalous.
—Ray Ratto, a national columnist at CBS Sports, thinks LeBron’s moving into Wilt territory, which is not a good thing.
—Linda Robertson wants us to know the latest Celtics victory gives fuel to Heat skeptics. There are Heat skeptics? I thought everyone loved them?
—Favorite Globe columnist, Gary Washburn, with his take on game 5: “When all was lost Rondo was found”
—Sun-Sentinel columnist, Harvey Fialkov, on the Celtics Big 3 ending the Heat’s Big 3.
—Ira Winderman, perhaps downplaying coach Spoels’ struggles to come up with a good offensive set out of a timeout, thinks the Heat may need an offensive coordinator.
—Here’s a nice comic from some time, long ago when Detroit was still a team to beat in the East and when LeBron was only half-heartedly critcized for failing to take the big shot.

As for the unknown Miami Heat fan that chimed in with “Good job! Good effort!” as the Heat made their desultory way to the locker-room after their game 5 loss—and turned viral enough for Buzzfeed to post about it under the ubiquitous #LOL tag (barfing)—I really only have one thing to say:

Some links around the web on the Celtics and Heat, but primarily the Heat. 

—SI’s Zach Lowe on how the Celtics gained the upper hand in the Eastern Conference Finals.

—Matt Moore at ProBasketballTalk on the ECF Game 5 and Erik Spoelsta [sic] vs. depths of pressure.

Chris Sheridan thinks Spoelstra’s explanation for not using more of Chris Bosh in game 5 was “scandalous.” Also, Bosh may start in game 6, which I guess wouldn’t be that scandalous.

—Ray Ratto, a national columnist at CBS Sports, thinks LeBron’s moving into Wilt territory, which is not a good thing.

—Linda Robertson wants us to know the latest Celtics victory gives fuel to Heat skeptics. There are Heat skeptics? I thought everyone loved them?

—Favorite Globe columnist, Gary Washburn, with his take on game 5: “When all was lost Rondo was found

—Sun-Sentinel columnist, Harvey Fialkov, on the Celtics Big 3 ending the Heat’s Big 3.

—Ira Winderman, perhaps downplaying coach Spoels’ struggles to come up with a good offensive set out of a timeout, thinks the Heat may need an offensive coordinator.

Here’s a nice comic from some time, long ago when Detroit was still a team to beat in the East and when LeBron was only half-heartedly critcized for failing to take the big shot.

As for the unknown Miami Heat fan that chimed in with “Good job! Good effort!” as the Heat made their desultory way to the locker-room after their game 5 loss—and turned viral enough for Buzzfeed to post about it under the ubiquitous #LOL tag (barfing)—I really only have one thing to say:

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