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When: Tuesday April 29, 00:00 BST
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The Charlotte Bobcats will look to avoid a series sweep from the Miami Heat on Monday night, but they will need a first post-season win in franchise history to do so.
Coach Steve Clifford has insisted that if they are to achieve the seemingly impossible, they will need other players aside from Kemba Walker and Al Jefferson to step up.
The Heat double-teamed Jefferson after he scored 15 points in the first quarter on Saturday night, but with the big man still suffering with a foot injury which continues to limit him, there are reports he is in doubt to play on Monday.
Meanwhile, Miami also did a good job of hounding Walker who has been influential for the Bobcats thus far, and as a result the likes of Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Gerald Henderson will need to do more.
In contrast, the two-time defending champions are cruising through and will of course be looking to finish things off as soon as possible in order to rest before the next series.
LeBron James has claimed that the close-out game is always the most challenging and so will guard against complacency on the road, and he will likely be an important part of doing so having averaged 37 points per game in seven meetings against Charlotte this season.
The two-time champion believes that his team went back to their type of winning basketball in Game 3, and wants the same intensity and grit moving forward as they look to wrap things up ahead of schedule.
However, the Bobcats will not go without a fight according to Henderson, as it is important to them to not be swept after a regular season in which they undoubtedly made great progress.