[caption id="attachment_16315" align="aligncenter" width="399"] Soobum Im / USA TODAY Sports[/caption] The Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs sit tied at 2-2 in the 2013 NBA Finals, it's now a best of three for the two championship caliber teams. In different games both teams have been explosive on offence and stingy on defense and it's these erratic performances that leaves this series completely open. Here's four questions that need to be answered in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Can the Heat find some momentum? So far in this series both teams have politely taken turns trading blows, with neither side winning two games in a row. And while this is odd for the Spurs who are coming off a 4-0 sweet of the Memphis Grizzlies in the Western Conference Final, the Heat have been going back and forth a lot during the playoffs. Miami haven't won two games in a row since Round 2 against the Chicago Bulls and must string some wins together if they want to capture another championship. If this current trend continues the Spurs will win Game 7. Should we worry about Tony Parker? Make no mistake, the Spurs offence runs through Tony Parker. If he isn't weaving his way inside to the basket he's dishing it out to the open man. But the Spurs star had a good-but-not-great performance in Game 4. I say that, but he was still very good, shooting 7-of-16 and dishing out nine assists. The problem is that he shot 0-of-4 in the second half, practically vanishing while the Heat got on a run. Most alarmingly he tells us it wasn't because of his strained hamstring from Game 3. "It was just fatigue. I just missed shots," he said postgame. "I had great shots. I missed two tear drops and the lay-up I was right there, couldn't get my lift." So hamstring is fine, fatigue hurt his play. For a series that has at least two more games in it, that's not good. Is Dwyane Wade back for good? In Game 4 Dwyane Wade put a the show to the tune of 14-of-25 shooting and six steals. After poor performances dogged the majority of the Heats' playoffs he finally looked like the Wade of old. The question is whether or not we can trust it. Wade has shown flashes previously -- granted, not to this extent -- and failed to turn up next game, like his team he's maddingly inconsistent. And while he likes to tell us that he's not going to use his knee as an excuse it'll always be at the forefront of the fans and the media's minds. By the end of Game 5 we'll know if Wade is back in form, or still up and down. Is Manu Ginobili in final decline? Ginobili hasn't shot well this entire series and only hit 1-of-5 in Game 4. Sometimes even his dribbling seems off and while he remains a sneaky passer it's clear he's in decline. Game 5 will help determine how steep that decline really is. His performance has been noted by coach Gregg Popovich. "He's having a tough playoffs, and he hasn't really found a rhythm or found his game yet." he said. "I think that he's obviously not as confident as usual, and he knows full well that he hasn't performed the way he would like and the way he's used to." While we've seen other roleplayers step up and fill the void in the form of Gary Neal and Danny Green, the Spurs need Ginobili to be great for the rest of the series, especially if Wade, James and Bosh have indeed found their groove. - That's it! What questions would you like answered in Game 5? Let us know in the comments!