Heat Vs. Mavericks Score, Game 4: Dirk Nowitzki, Chris Bosh Playing Well Early

It's been a great start for the Dallas Mavericks and Dirk Nowitzki, who are looking solid to start Game 4 against the Miami Heat. They're looking great defensively - Jason Kidd has a block on Chris Bosh - and Nowitzki scored scored six points in the opening three minutes of the game, all six coming on impressive looking jump shots.

J.J. Barea is, in fact, in the starting lineup for the Mavericks and it's hard to argue with the early results. He has one great basket in particular, a layup in traffic. Jason Kidd is guarding LeBron James, and the Heat haven't done anything to exploit that matchup. The Heat are shooting forward thus far, but they do have a few offensive rebounds, thanks to their starting size advantage.

Nowitzki and Bosh are the leading scorers for Miami and Dallas, each scoring six points so far. It's tied up at a score of 8-8 halfway through the first quarter.

For live coverage of Game 4 of the NBA Finals, keep it tuned to this StoryStream. To see the up-to-the-minute score, along with information from around SB Nation on the game, keep your browser on this Heat-Mavs score page. Throughout the NBA Finals, check out our 2011 NBA Finals hub for more coverage. For more on the two teams, Mavericks fans should head over to Mavs Moneyball and SB Nation Dallas, while Heat fans should check out Peninsula Is Mightier.

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