Dwyane Wade dominated Game 4 in a fashion that hasn't been seen since 1988. Isiah Thomas was the last player to drop more than 30 points with 6+ steals in the NBA Finals, and it was about time that version of Wade showed up in the Finals. He also chipped in six rebounds and four assists while LeBron James added 33 points and 11 rebounds. Throw in Chris Bosh's 20 points and that's 85 points for the Big Three, close to outscoring the Spurs by themselves. The final score was 109-93.

Miami has displayed this kind of resiliency throughout the playoffs but haven't really asserted their dominance in consecutive games. Though they have home court advantage in their favor, they will need to win consecutive games at some point in the series in order to win it. 

Pivotal Game 5 is on Sunday. After that, someone's season is on the line. Buckle up.