2012 NBA Playoffs, Heat Vs. Celtics: Boston Ahead At The Half, 61-47

The Miami Heat and Boston Celtics have completed the first two quarters of Game 4 and the Celtics hold an early lead, 61-47. Boston's 61 points are the most points that Miami has given up in a half all season.

For the Heat, LeBron James has done all of the heavy lifting from a scoring perspective as he has 19 points and three rebounds. He also has four turnovers in the game. James's fellow All-Star Dwyane Wade is struggling mightily as he has eight points on just 2-11 shooting from the field.

For the Celtics, Paul Pierce is leading Boston in scoring with 19 points at the half while Ray Allen has shot the ball well scoring 11 points and connecting on three of his five three-point attempts.

Stick with this StoryStream for news and updates throughout the Eastern Conference Finals. For more analysis and discussion on the Heat, visit Peninsula Is Mightier. Visit CelticsBlog and SB Nation Boston for the opponent's perspective during the series. For all your Conference Finals analysis, visit SB Nation's NBA hub.

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