So, the Phoenix wins means the Finals won't start until June 8, which means if the Heat wins in Game 5, the team will have SEVEN days off before playing again. Don't know if that would be good or bad, but there are arguments for both sides.
I'm convinced that Phoenix series is going seven. Every time it seems like a team figures out Phoenix, the Suns explode and change the equation all over again.
One last thing about Game 4. People seem to want to point out that Jason Williams was scoreless and Antoine Walker took just five shots, and if those players are on the floor for offense, then what's the point of keeping them out there?
Well, regardless of their numbers, the Heat won pretty comfortably, so they must be doing something right. I seem to remember J-Will stripping Billups on a spin move, leading to a fast break basket, and he makes smart decisions in the halfcourt and on the break. And when Antoine is on the floor, the Pistons zone becomes that less effective because they have to at least consider him a three-point threat, even if he's not shooting. So just because those two aren't scoring, it doesn't make them useless.