Watched the Heat game yesterday. Great close game. Till the end. With the game on the line the Heat decided they wanted to be fouled, and with today NBA rules it was easy for them to do it. If Wade or James beat their man one or one, or go through a screen there's a 90% chance it's a layup or a foul. If a guy stands on their way he will likely "commit" a foul. If the defender feet "are moving" an inch, it's a foul. If the offensive player jumps into the defender who is slightly moving his feet, it's also a foul. So if you beat your defender on the perimeter you just run like crazy and crash into any post player and you'll get free points. That's cheap, if you did something similar playing online you would probably get yourself banned. That's no fun to watch. And I don't even think it is fair. Pierce made a legit play on Wade and he was ejected because of it. Don't get me wrong, the refs probably made the right call. It's the NBA who set the wrong rules to create a "guard's league" so the guards can't be touched and make tons of marketeable highlights. Wade and the Heat have all the right to use the rules in their favor. It's just boring to watch. From the last 6 times the Heat scored in regulation, 4 came from the free throw line. Paul Pierce sat the whole overtime. Bo-ring.