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After having a rough start for the first three quarters in game five, the Miami Heat rallied back to win against the Chicago Bulls by a score of 83-80.  This advances them to the NBA Finals against the somewhat “Miracle” of these playoffs, the Dallas Mavericks.

Down by twelve with only four minutes to go, the team rallied.  Within the forth quarter alone, LeBron James & Dwyane Wade scored a combined 22 points and led the team to victory in a game that many thought they would’ve lost given what had happened most of the time frame.

This will be the first time for the Miami Heat to make it to the finals since 2006, as is the Dallas Mavericks.  When they faced off five years ago, the Heat beat them in six games.  Dwyane Wade was named the MVP of the series.  This one will be super important for both teams as the word “Dream” comes into play for them.  Miami has the quote unquote “Dream Team” with Dwyane, LeBron and Chris Bosh.  The “Dream” aspect with Dallas was that no one predicted they would still be in it, and silenced people when they stormed against the LA Lakers.  Good luck to both!

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