01:14 AM ET 06.13 | Scott Brooks proved to be the better coach in the second half of the 1st game of the finals . Everybody knows the first two quarters of a game means absolutely nothing it's how you finish and not how you start . Brooks made all the right moves especially going with the smaller line-up in the 4th quarter and the pick and roll with Westbrook and Collison on James and Bosh . He used that simple pick and roll every time down in the final five minutes of the game and Spoelstra sat there like a dummy and had no answer in stopping the same old pick and roll . If Spoelstra doesn't have a clue and his assitants don't have a clue on how to stop OKC's pick and roll with Westbrook and Collison this could end quickly for the Heat . So for the Heat to lose with Ibaka and Perkins on the bench in the fourth quarter and no Harden until the final minutes of the fourth quarter spells big trouble for the Heat . Miami cannot win with a 6 man rotation . They cannot win with Bosh coming off the bench he must start . They cannot win saving their timeouts until the last minute of a game that had gotten out of reach . LeBron and Wade must take it upon themselves to call a timeout to break OKC's momentum when they make a big shot and take the crowd out of the game . It's up to LeBron and Wade to make the coaching decisions from the floor and tell Spoelstra who they need on the floor to match up with OKC . Pound the ball inside and crash the boards . Live by the jump shot you die by it . Miami must mix their offense up with more motion to the basket and not out on the perimeter . It's hard to keep a big lead early in the first two quarters but easy to hold a team off down the stretch . If the Heat are going to have any chance they need to tell their coach to get his head out of his ass .