Sans Bosh, LeBron and Wade will fall to the Boston Celtics

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A quartet of leprechauns will chap LeBron James' ass in a couple weeks.

With their second-round playoff series against the Pacers tied at 1-1, the Miami Heat will again attempt to adjust to life without power forward Chris Bosh tomorrow night in Game 3 at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The 28-year-old Bosh, a seven-time NBA All-Star, has been sidelined indefinitely since Sunday with an abdominal strain.

“We’re moving on as if he’s not going to return in this series but we’ll see,” said LeBron James, 27, a three-time Most Valuable Player and five-time All-NBA selection.

Although thinner than Christian Bale’s character in “The Machinst” sans the former Yellow Jacket, superstars Dwyane Wade and “King James” should ultimately will the Heat passed Indiana.

The Boston Celtics, who are presently knotted at one with the 76ers, are in the midst of playing at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA.

Boston will somehow emerge victorious over the 76ers and advance to face Miami in the Eastern Conference finals.

With a healthy Bosh in the paint, the Heat would lambaste the graying Celts.

Unfortunately for Miami, nothing indicates that the native of Dallas will soon heal and effectively perform on the hardwood.

The quartet of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo are simply more formidable than the tandem of James and Wade.

Therefore, expect the geriatrics from Beantown to handle the ailing “talents” from South Beach later this month and compete for their 18th Larry O’Brien NBA Championship Trophy in June.

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