With 6.7 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter of Game 4 and the Miami Heat trailing the Dallas Mavericks by three points, Dwyane Wade came off a Chris Bosh screen, ran free into a wide-open space and received an inbounds pass from Mike Miller. If you're a Mavericks fan, this sight probably scared the crap out of you.
Because Jason Kidd was trailing the play behind Bosh's screen and help defender Shawn Marion had to quickly close the gap to get out on Wade, the Heat star looked like he'd have enough room to get away a clean (if deep) look at a 3-pointer. Under normal circumstances, you'd be fine with Wade hoisting a long ball — he's only a 29.2 percent career shooter from distance, after all — but he'd made two 3-pointers in each of the first three games of the series, hitting at a much-better 35.3 percent clip under the bright lights of the Finals and showing a penchant for knocking down jumpers (and all manner of other shots) that he seems to have no right making. So, still,Read More »from Video: Dwyane Wade takes his eye off the ball, Heat drop Game 4