Heat Vs. Celtics: Video Breakdown Of Boston's Wins

In Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Boston Celtics looked old and slow. In Game 2, they were undone by the referees. They headed home in a 2-0 hole, but they're back in the series after putting together a couple of great performances in Games 3 and 4, locking up the Eastern Conference Finals at 2-2. Rajon Rondo's performance and LeBron James fouling out were the big stories of Game 4, which Ben Golliver breaks down below.

The series now shifts to Miami, where the Heat will host Game 5 at home on Tuesday. The biggest story throughout the day leading up to the game is likely to be whether or not Chris Bosh will be able to make a return to the Miami Heat lineup. The Heat should be favored to win at home without him, but based on what happened over the weekend in Boston, they might need him for Game 6.

For more on the Heat, head over to Peninsula Is Mightier and SB Nation Tampa Bay. For more on the Celtics, check out CelticsBlog and SB Nation Boston.

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