Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - There were no ejections or physical
altercations in Game 4, but it was another Miami Heat knockout. LeBron James
tallied 27 points, eight assists and seven rebounds in the Heat's 88-65 rout
of the Bulls to take a 3-1 stranglehold in this Eastern Conference semifinal.
The Bulls tallied a playoff franchise low in points and field-goal percentage
(25.7 percent). The Bulls also scored a franchise postseason-low nine
points in the third quarter. Following a 20-point, 19-rebound performance
in Game 3, Chris Bosh was the only other Miami player in double figures with
14 points to go along with six rebounds and four blocks. Carlos Boozer
finished with 14 points and 12 boards, but was just 3-of-14 shooting for the
Bulls, whose starting point guard, Nate Robinson, shot 0-for-12 and didn't
score. Forward Luol Deng and guard Kirk Hinrich were again unable to
play for Chicago.
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