Miami Heat: Why Miami Won't Panic If They Lose Game 4 to the Chicago Bulls
Miami Heat in no position to panic
The Miami Heat have been calling their Game 4 against Chicago a “must-win,” but make no mistake, it’s only a must-win for the Bulls.
Miami is aware of just how talented a team the Bulls are, and the last thing the Heat want to do is restore the confidence of a team that has still beaten them four out of the last six games.
Nonetheless, there is no must-win for the Heat. They are firing on all cylinders and a Game 4 win for the Bulls would still leave Miami a best-two-out-of-three.
The issue for the Bulls wouldn’t be getting to Miami for one night. It would be doing it over a two- or three-game stretch. The Bulls have proven they can stretch Miami’s D and that they can be effective against the big three of Miami, but the Bulls have not shown consistency in the series.
There is not a thing that will happen tonight (minus a key injury to the Heat) that will destroy the confidence or momentum of the Heat. That doesn’t mean they are guaranteed to win the series, but they aren’t scared anymore.
The Heat believe they can beat the Bulls. A 2-2 series won’t change that at all.
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