Boston Celtics shivering in the finals in Game 7! Jimmy Butler’s Next Show Isn’t Enough For The Miami Heat

The Boston Celtics are in the NBA Finals and will face the Golden State Warriors there. In Game Seven, the 17-time champion won by 100:96 in the Miami Heat, but had to tremble to the last second despite his comfortable lead at times.

What an exciting story! He led the Celtics the entire season, but they had to shiver in the end. The Heat 11-0 over three minutes put the hosts in a position to lead with 16 seconds left, but dominant Jimmy Butler missed a rushing three at 96-98. Marcus Smart, who made some questionable decisions at a difficult time, hit free throws on the other side for the win.

The Celtics are playing their first NBA Finals since 2010, while Heat coach Eric Spoelstra’s first defeat was in a conference finals. The Celtics’ top scorer was Jason Tatum with 26 points (9/21 FG) and 10 rebounds, and Jaylen Brown and Smart each had 24 points. Grant Williams contributed 11 points and 6 boards to the win.

Miami, on the other hand, wasn’t enough for another gig by Butler (35, 13/24, 9 rebounds) because, aside from the star, only Pam Adebayo (25, 12/21, 11 rebounds) and Kyle Lowry (15, 4 rebounds) /12) Registered with double digits. A glimmer of hope was Victor Oladipo (9, 4/12), who worked defensively, but only shot a bit up front (1/7 three).

Boston started like a firefighter and surprised the hosts at a fast pace. Within minutes, the Celtics had 7 points in the transition and a double-digit lead while Miami was still searching for rhythm. Boston initially had better control of the Butlers Drives, but also left a lot on the ringside. However, the guests were already up 32:17 after twelve minutes, also thanks to the help of a good bank around Grant Williams and White, who had already racked up 12 points together.

The late heat makes the Celtics shiver again

Miami’s offense improved a bit with Hiro, but Smart immediately attacked him. But at the end of the day, Operation The Heat was a solo operation. In the first six minutes of the quarter, Butler scored 11 of 13 heat points and single-handedly ensured that playoffs were early in the bounty. The bullets only melted slowly because Boston struck better from the outside. Miami finished the quarter much better thanks to more free throws (11:2 runs), the Celtics were only 55:49 in the first half.

The guests didn’t look shocked, and instead Smart hit a few throws from the offending stream. Tatum and Brown tore holes and find the teammates open. In Miami, Adebayo was now more aggressive, but The Heat couldn’t make it to the line. However, since Lowry finally scored two field goals and the Heat finished the quarter-finals better, the hosts were still 75:82 behind before the final section.

Shortly thereafter, Butler could have tied for the first time three times, and the Heat instead missed nine straight throws. It was 8-0 in the Celtics for about five minutes before Victor Oladipo scored. But Boston always has an answer, most notably through Tatum and Smart. However, the heat fell to -5 a minute ago. Brown conceded an offensive foul, and cut Strauss short from distance. Boston lost again, but Butler hurriedly took all three – and missed. Instead, Smart explained everything from the line, and the triple Strus didn’t find its destination.

The Heat’s season is over as Boston pursues its 18th title. The first game of the Finals takes place against the Golden State Warriors in San Francisco at 3 AM GST (Live dazen) Held Friday night. The full schedule for the NBA Finals can be found here.

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