The Miami Heat had major title aspirations going into the season.

Little did anyone know before the season started that Chris Bosh would perhaps be the deciding factor on whether they could advance to the Eastern Conference Finals.

The Heat's big man wasn't able to get it going offensively in two of the first three games of the series, but came up big in Game Four.

In a 98-90 overtime victory over the Celtics at TD Garden, Bosh finished with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Such a performance was missed in the Heat's Game Three loss to Boston.

What was also missed in Game Three, was defense on Celtics' star Kevin Garnett. In a 97-81 Celtics victory, Garnett was able to have his way against the Heat, scoring 28 points on 13-of-20 shooting.

Garnett was contained in Game Four. The Celtics' big man shot only one-for-10 from the field, while inside players Jermaine O'Neal, Glenn Davis, and Shaquille O'Neal managed only four field goals the entire game.

It was a statement for Bosh, that he was able to help limit the Celtics' down-low presence, and still have a solid offense performance.

The Heat can close out the series on Wednesday at 7:00 pm eastern time at American Airlines Arena.