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The Miami Heat showed signs of life in their second game against the Chicago Bulls, perhaps tipping the scale of public opinion back in their favor against the Eastern Conference’s top seed.

This Sunday the Heat will look to take a 2-1 lead in their best-of-seven series as they take to the American Airlines Arena in South Beach. After dropping Game 1 in front of a rowdy United Center crowd, many wondered if the Heat would be able to match Chicago’s depth.

Perhaps due to the return of grinding power forward Udonis Haslem, or simply just LeBron James and company’s adjustment over their layoff between Games 1 and 2, the Heat look like an entirely different team.

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According to Bodog’s online sportsbook, the Miami Heat are -5 favorites to win their series against the Bulls, and +110 favorites to win the NBA championship outright.

In order for James and Dwyane Wade to lay claim to the title, they’ll have to get continued production on the glass from their team.

If the Heat can effectively eliminate Chicago’s garbage points while containing superstar guard and MVP Derrick Rose, the series may be more one-sided than originally thought.

Will the Bulls bounce back or has Miami found their weakness?

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