While many will state that Chris Bosh is only a small part of the Miami Heat, his importance cannot be downplayed after the first three games of the series.
In the first game, Miami was having trouble controlling the game, as they never led by more than two until the late in the game. Chris Bosh had 13 points before leaving the game late in the first half and seemed to be one of the more effective players.
Since the first game, Miami has played without Bosh. Indiana has exploited his absence and found success in the paint with Roy Hibbert and David West both recording convincing double-double performances in Games 2 and 3.
In Game 2, it was David West leading the team in scoring with 16 points and adding 10 rebounds. In Game 3, Hibbert was the monster for the Pacers scoring 19 and collecting 18 boards along with five blocks.
Game 4 can be either of these two controlling the game, but after Hibbert's tremendous performance, expect to see more of the same. Miami does not have an answer for the big man with Bosh injured, and he will power the Pacers to another win.