It basically depends on which Miami team shows up. Last night the Heat were determined to make a statement and apparently have a good chance to close things out tomorrow night in Indiana considering the Pacers have looked flat on both sides of the ball since the second half of game 4. On the flip side you can't count out Philadelphia just yet, as they will look to slow down Boston at home. They cannot be complacent at any stretch since losing their focus in the second half of game 5. If Boston takes control early and doesn't go through significant lapses offensively, they should advance tonight. They have the experience and capability to take out Miami considering their regular season success, but we will have to wait and see as a lot depends on the status of Chris Bosh as well.
I am a a Celtic fan if you could not tell. I just have a gut feeling they are capable of beating Miami. There is just something not right with Miami this year. Does not feel like their heads are on straight. Then again, Boston has to play nearly perfect ball to have a shot. Maybe just wishful thinking on my part. Thanks for your thoughts Jimmy.