Paging a Miami point guard: For the second straight game, the Heat got virtually nothing from Mario Chalmers (seven points, one assist, two turnovers) and Norris Cole (0/0/1). Tony Parker makes a lot of opposing point guards look bad, but Chalmers' and Cole's inability to contain Parker or make shots has made them a major liability, and forced Heat coach Erik Spoelstra to go with a big lineup more often than he would like. Chalmers, as we well know, is capable of a big night--he had 19 points in Game 3--and one of the two needs to step up for Miami to climb back into this series.
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