The Boston Celtics are one win away from a berth in NBA Finals
The Heat led the game in the first half, but the Celtics turned the game around completely in the final 24 minutes, beating Miami on both ends of the court to end the competition. In addition to Brown and Tatum, Boston also received big contributions from Al Horford, who has 16 points, seven rebounds, and five assists, and Derek White (14 points and five assists). Now a win over the Celtics since their first NBA Finals appearance since 2010.
The Boston Celtics dominated Game 4 on Thursday night, losing their second straight game in Game 5 to the Miami Heat. Led by Jaylen Brown (25 points, 4 rebounds) and Jason Tatum (22 points, 12 rebounds, 9 assists), Boston led the series 3-2 with a 93-80 win and Miami led as of November 10, 2019, did. remove.
The game to remember for Lowry, Straus
Kyle Lowry suffered a hamstring injury the following season, but played in the fifth match against the Celtics and was pretty terrible. In the 25th minute of the game, Raleigh was goalless and lost all six ground goals. He also finished the game with a zero pass, so he played hard in the game. His biggest counts were sales (3) and personal error (5).
It's clear Rory isn't 100% but as of this season there are few players at this point and if he's in the game don't use the injury as an excuse. If he's that bothered, he probably shouldn't be going to Miami. Because he didn't help much on Tuesday evening.
Max Strus, a player who started alongside Lowry in the backcourt, didn't help Miami because he missed every shot he made. Together the duo went from the floor to 0:15. According to ESPN, this is the worst shooting performance on the backcourt of the playoffs on the official tally of pitchers selected for the 1970-71 season. It's hard to win without two starting guards throwing a single hit.
Heat history is not good in the long run
If you have seen this game and you feel that Heat cannot throw a beach ball into the sea, then you have something. As a team, Miami collected 45 threes and had only seven. This corresponds to 15.6 percent. This is the second-lowest percentage for a team in NBA playoff history with 40 or more attempts.
If the team shoots badly from a great distance, you would think that at some point they will change their approach and try to gain a lot of basketball, but instead, the Heat seems satisfied. fly, and that's part of it. because they are lost.