As the Miami Heat entered game six of the Eastern Conference Finals, Lebron James had his mind set that he needed to perform against the tough Boston Celtics. Lebron and the Heat did just that. They came out of the tunnel ready to rumble and started out good taking the first quarter 26-16. Lebron needed to have a huge game and he performed well. He was driving to the basket and scoring with fire. Dwayne Wade chimed in with 17 points and as the two teams battled the game out the Heat simply hustled more and played with confidence. After the game five loss, I’m sure that that had a chip on their shoulders’ which made it even sweeter as time slowly ticked away. Lebron and Wade had the win in their sites and kept fighting, needing to score and push their team to the limit. When the buzzer sounded, Lebron had ended up with an astonishing 45 points, 15 rebounds, and 5 assists to make sure that they would have their chance in game 7. Now the question is, is Lebron good enough to close out one more game to go to the finals to redeem what he lost last year. The public will certainly be watching Saturday at 9:30 when the Celtics and Heat go all out for another chance at getting a title.