|(3rd) 111.7||Off Rtg||106.6 (17th)|
|(5th) 103.5||Def Rtg||105.0 (7th)|
|(20th) 90.9||Pace||91.7 (16th)|
|(8th) 102.1||Pts/G||99.0 (18th)|
|(7th) 94.6||Opp Pts/G||97.5 (12th)|
|(9th) 42.1||Rebs/G||41.8 (13th)|
|(26th) 20.0||Assists/G||22.7 (6th)|
|Mike Bibby||PG||Jrue Holiday|
|Dwyane Wade||SG||Jodie Meeks|
|LeBron James||SF||Andre Iguodala|
|Chris Bosh||PF||Elton Brand|
|Zydrunas Ilgauskas||C||Spencer Hawes|
|James Jones||6th||Thaddeus Young|
|Playoff Series 3-0|
|Wells Fargo Center|
|1:00 PM EST|
|ABC / Sun Sports|
Miami looks to sweep the Sixers in Philadelphia on Sunday and possibly catch a quick flight back home in time for an Easter dinner. Philly has looked overmatched througout the series, with no defensive answer to contain the offensive blaze eminating from the Big Three. Wade, James and Bosh are averaging 67.3 PPG, while Elton Brand has become the only Sixer to get past 20 points this series with 21.
Atlhough the Heat's minds, like the fans, are processing the inevitable clash with the Boston Celtics, they will be best focusing on the Sixers' pride to represent their home. The Pacers were able to surivive a sweep by the Bulls, citing their pride and determination to end their season with a positive note for the future. Sixer fans should have a positive outlook on their franchise, being an elite scorer and a few complementary pieces away from being stronger contenders. Not on Miami's watch, however. It's time to get back and prepare for what will be the mightiest test this season.
Notes: Mike Miller is questionable for the game with his thumb injury. Dampier's knees should be rested for the the O'neals. Keep an eye out for the usual 8-man playoffs rotation tightening up, with Chalmers, Anthony and Jones taking the Bench Three role with their defensive awareness and abilites.