Something changes, Boston cools the Heat.
Q1 Mario Chalmers # 15 heads down the court with no hesitation, “I’m coming through” straight to the rim 4-4. Mario passes to LeBron James # 6 to tie the score 6-6. Chalmers hits 3 to tie the score 10-10. Ray Allen # 20 responds with 3. LeBron steps inside the line for a 2-pointer (12-13). LeBron’s jump shot puts Miami in the lead (14-13). Fast ball movement up and down the court. Wade to LeBron, defending buzzards grab at the ball but LeBron moves faster to the rim than the defenders trying to get the ball. LeBron goes in the paint surrounded by 3 and amazingly gets to the rim (21-20). Joel Anthony # 50 hits 2, Shane Battier # 31 gets offensive foul sending a Celtic to the floor. LeBron to the rim (26-22). LeBron sporting off his shiny black high tops hits a jumper (28-22). Keyon Dooling hits 3 (28-25).
Keyon Dooling # 51 strips LeBron and goes down the court for 2. Something changes the energy of the game. Q1 ends with Heat trailing 28-30; LeBron with 16 of the 28 points. In Q2 the Celtics cool the Heat’s flame, getting the rebounds and defending. First half ends with Boston leading 42-55. In quarter 3, LeBron drives his 30th point, but out-of-sync the Heat falls further behind, trailing at the end of Q3 63-87.
In Q4 the Heat reduces Boston’s lead to 8-points but lacking coördination and communication, when the curtain falls at the end of the show, the Heat leaves the stage with too much reverb. Even Rajon Rondo # 9 and Ray Allen had trouble getting their teammates to hear their verbal messages, repeating numerous times. I’m all the way over here on the other side of the television screen wondering, that’s odd, “Why do they keep repeating their messages over and over. I wonder why their teammates cannot hear them.” They are right there on the court with them, but it’s like they cannot hear them. What’s up with that?” Then I thought about my time hanging around singers.
No matter how good a singer, when there’s too much reverb or sibilance it distorts the voice, making it harder to hear. Reverb is an effect that allows recorded sounds to reverberate. In a recording studio reverb allows a producer to add texture to a person’s voice, giving it depth and fullness. However, putting too much room or hall reverb on vocals can cause them to sound distant and muddy, distorting the sounds of a person’s voice. This affects the entertainer’s performance. Maybe the Heat needs a de-esser, an audio editing tool that deals with high frequencies, used to edit the vocals.