In a new segment with Noah Coslov of CineSport, I break down why LeBron, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat remain vulnerable against Indiana in Game 6. Essentially, it comes down to this: Without Chris Bosh and the suspended Udonis Haslem, Miami does not have any big man (sorry, Juwan Howard) to spread the floor for LeBron and D-Wade to attack the basket.
We also discuss the keys to Boston-Philly Game 7 Friday night and how the return of Celtics guard Avery Bradley is a dramatic upgrade over Ray Allen.
Lastly, we consider the fate of the Los Angeles Lakers, and in particular, that of Andrew Bynum, who I believe could very well be dealt sometime this summer.
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