It sure did look like a flashback to those pathetic offensive days with James and Wade taking turns taking people off the dribble and jacking up lousy shots. Only now we add in a bunch of contested jumpers from Allen. Seems like Spoelstra tried to remind Lebron every once in a while that he can play in the post these days but he'd get frustrated and go back to the face up game.
Kinda depressing when the other team is not even close to the talent level the Heat possess and yet they're able to generate good looks at the basket while for the Heat its a struggle every possession.
Couldn't agree with you more. I was underwhelmed by the types of plays and looks we were getting against a short handed old tired legs Boston team. Virtually every time Lebron drove to the bucket or got down in the post area good things happened and yet we see him revert to this easy-does-it mid-range jump shooter. I can't be too critical of him since he has been shooting at a wonderful clip, but at times he settles far too much.
I thought also it wise to sub out Battier in favor of Anthony since the Celts weren't honoring Shane's 3 point shooting anyhow (can't says I blame them the way he's brick laying). Not Spo's best work that's for sure.