NBA Play-off game 4, Chicago Bulls 84 Cleveland Cavs 86

Lebron James draws the series 2-2 with a last gasp basket right on the buzzer, in a match dominated by the defences.

In a game where James alternated incredible errors and pure master pieces, Lebron manages to find the decisive basket from the corner, right on the buzzer, winning the match 86-84. This was a match where Chicago will lament their incapacity to make the more of their defensive dominance and as an NBA betting expert noted, in the same way the Cavs lost in game 3, when it was Chicago’s Rose who had taken the buzzer shot to win them the match. Lebron’s reply came in the best manner possible, with his shot leaving his hands with 1 second on the clock. This match went to and fro but in the vital moment of the match the Cavs had allowed the Bulls to get back in touch in the final of the match, losing a 5 point lead, thanks to a three pointer from Butler and a silky move by Rose. The Cavs had looked like they had lost their chance to win this one sending it to overtime when James blundered what looked like his last move with both coaches out of time-outs, but the refs where keen to check the monitors giving the Cavs time for one more move. Lebron managed to recoup enough mental energy to be able to pull of his great winning shot and prove that destiny awards the audacious. A top NBA tipster believes that Clevaland were awarded for their fighting spirit whereas Chicago will have many regrets. In the first quarter of the match, the game lived moments of incredible intensity and then incredible mistakes with the Cavs who played terribly defensively allowing the Bulls easy shots and too much space. In the second quarter Chicago managed to pull-away to a 37-29 lead and the impression was that the Bulls were in total control and the Cavs would not be able to find a way back. An NBA betting expert knew though that it was just an illusion because instead of killing the game off completely, the Bulls lost their offensive dynamism and went a full 6 minutes without scoring a single point and the Cavs managed a 16-0 partial which brought them back into the match. This, as it turns out, is the same scenario that presented itself in the second half with the Bulls who had more chances to make a decisive move for the final victory, but once again allowed the Cavs back into the match. A top NBA betting expert knows that the Cavs manage to level the series at 2-2 thanks to Lebron James’ buzzer beater but also his 25 points, 14 assists and 8 rebounds, will this continue throughout the rest of the series?