Hey guys Coach here. Â I’ve been watching some of these basketball playoff games and when I saw the Heat were going to play the Celtics I really thought it would be no contest for Boston. Â Boy was I wrong. Â I never jumped on the Lebron hating band wagon I was always a fan of his and thought he caught a little too much flack for leaving Cleveland for Miami. Â I mean given the choice which city would you rather be in? Â Anyway one thing I had noticed this season is that the Heat were down right soft. Â No one on the team has been able to hit a big game shot and Chris Bosh seems to shy away from more physical contact then my prom date did. Â The real clincher for me was when Lebron James chose to stay in the locker room as he was announced in Cleveland. Â If Lebron is afraid of a few boos I thought there wouldÂ be no way he be able to handle Boston who, love them or hate them, you have to say is pretty tough. Â In this series however the tables have turned. Â In the opening game I watched Boston hug Lebron James as he went up for a dunk on a fast break twice. Â Later in the game Miami answered by doing the same thing to Pierce as he went up for a shot and Pierce got angry. The next play Pierce tried to take out the player and was ejected from the game. Â It was in this game one where the Heat stood up, took Don Corleone’s advice, and acted like a man. Â That game one was pivotal for Miami to show Boston they wouldn’t be pushed around and that’s why they’re up 2-0 in the series. Â Watch out the Heat may finally be clicking.