As of Saturday morning, it was pretty clear which two teams were headed to the 2012 NBA Finals. Through two games in their best-of-7 series, the Spurs and Heat were dominating the Thunder and Celtics and appeared to be headed to the NBA championship. But, over the weekend, both Oklahoma City and Boston mounted comebacks and tied their respective series 2-2. For the Spurs, that means they need to get back home tonight and take care of business. But, for the Heat, it means that they need to do everything they can to get their injured All-Star Chris Bosh back into the lineup to combat Kevin Garnett, who has had a huge series for the Celts so far.

It sounds like that might happen, too. According to ESPN's Brian Windhorst, multiple sources have confirmed that Miami is planning on having CB active for Game 5 tomorrow night. He's been working out on the court again for the last week after suffering an abdominal strain during the Heat's series against the Pacers. And, he also practiced with the Heat during their road trip to Boston. But, does that mean he's read to rejoin his team for Game 5? Guess we'll see tomorrow.

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[via ESPN]