James: ‘We’re going to keep attacking’
“We’re going to keep attacking,” (LeBron) James said of himself and Dwyane Wade, who failed to attempt a free throw for the first time in a playoff game since his rookie season. “We’re attack players.”
And the Heat were on the attack in the fourth quarter, but only after the Celtics had mesmerized them by playing even better than they did in Game 2 — a game they should have won.
“It feels good,” (Paul) Pierce said, “especially after we felt like we had a chance at Game 2, how we let it slip through our hands. … You don’t want to get in a situation where you’re down 3-1 and they have two games at home.”