Yes, this implies the Knicks win Game 3. But really, it isn't all that ridiculous.
Miami's biggest weakness over the last two seasons has been the constant tendency to fall into complacency. When they gain the advantage, the Heat, for whatever reason, grow relaxed. Certain games will make you scratch your head because the team on the court doesn't always match the same one pumping out highlight reels against tougher foes.
In last year's playoffs, every series had one of these games. Against the 76ers, it was the second away game after earning a 3-0 series lead. Against the Celtics, it was the first away game after earning a 2-0 lead. Against the Bulls, it was the first game of the series, which also happened to be an away game.
This has all the makings to be one of those games. The Heat are up two games on the Knicks, they are about to go on the road in a very hostile environment and, with all of the public attention Stoudemire's injury is getting, the Knicks appear to be at their lowest point.
This is about the time the Heat click the safety back on, lose their killer instinct and play in a way where they expect to win rather than trying to earn it.
The Big Three have brought a fun, entertaining atmosphere to Miami, but sometimes that lack of seriousness makes itself too evident on the court. It zaps their aggressiveness dry, and if the Knicks get ahead of them early, look for the Heat to doom themselves with poor shot selection.