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The Miami Heat Drop Game Two Against The Celtics In The Eastern Conference Finals
Last night was a night to forget for Miami Heat fans, as the Heat lost by 25 points to the Boston Celtics in game two of the Eastern Conference Finals. This has been one of the closest NBA Playoffs in recent memory, and if you want to get in on the action you can check out any of the New Jersey Online Casinos.
The Celtics came out of the gates firing last night, scoring 70 points in the first half (absolutely trouncing the Heats 45). Jayson Tatum, Marcus Smart, and Jaylen Brown combined for 75 of the Celtics' 127 points last night, and Grant Williams chimed in with 19 of his own.
Jimmy Butler didn’t just roll over, however. He scored 29 points of his own, but was left to dry by the rest of his team. Al Horford absolutely shut down bam Adebayo, who only managed to score 6 points all game.
The series will head to Boston for game three on Saturday night, and is scheduled as such for the rest of the series:
- Game 3: @Boston (5/21/22 at 8:30 PM)
- Game 4: @Boston (5/23/22 at 8:30 PM)
- Game 5: @Miami (5/25/22 at 8:30 PM)
- Game 6: @Boston (5/27/22 at 8:30 PM)
- Game 7: @Miami (5/29/22 at 8:30 PM)