Heat scores top-tier Miami Heat in game 4 of NBA Finals

A Heat win in Game 4 of the NBA Finals would give the Heat their fourth consecutive title.

Miami beat the Boston Celtics 105-98 on Wednesday night, clinching their second straight title.

The Heat won the previous two games.

Miami is in first place in the East.

A Heat victory would push Boston (21-8) to within two games of defending champion Golden State for the second consecutive season.

The Warriors have won six of seven.

The NBA Finals will be held on Sunday.

Miami is expected to play the Boston in Boston.

The Celtics are expected to go for it in Game 5 on Sunday night, with a chance to win their fifth straight championship.