The Celtics smoke the Heat: 102-82 victory, Miami had forgotten his glasses

The Celtics smoke the Heat: 102-82 victory, Miami had forgotten his glasses

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Decisive Game 4 in this series between the Heat and the Celtics. If Miami were to win, it would be a huge blow to Boston’s chances of reaching the NBA Finals. Fortunately, we were entitled to an ultra-tight game that will go down in Playoff history… no, we’re kidding, big banging inflicted by the locals on a completely out of place South Beach team.

Come on, we’re all hot, let’s go for this fourth game of the Eastern Finals, hello the challenge, whether it’s for the Heat or the Celtics. We warn you right away, there is one of the two teams that integrated it perfectly from the start of the game. It’s up to you to figure out what it is, but here’s a hint: it starts with a B and ends with -oston. Despite the absence of Marcus Smart with a sore ankle, there is no doubt that we will lose this match, we stick our guts out and give it our all. It’s not that Beantown is particularly strong early on, it’s more that the Heat are historically bumbling. Ladies and gentlemen of Miami, please open your eyelids before you shoot, because it took nine minutes and fourteen shot attempts before Victor Oladipo finally found the circle. No shot hit before 3:22 of the first quarter, no one has done worse in the playoffs in the last 25 years, kudos to the guys. Furthermore, Vic’s is the only one rearing his head on the Floridian side, as he is 18 points out of 33 for his clique at the halfway point. Jimmy Butler is still constrained by his knee, Max Strus sees three hoops, Kyle Lowry must quickly consult to afford binoculars, and Bam Adebayo has forgotten that the ball should go into the basket. Symbol of this lack of offensive fuel, Erik Spoelstra even throws to Duncan Robinson. Oh no… in line with his family, Dun’ sends two or three planes before quickly leaving where he came from, it’s not about making TD Garden an airport. On the Celtics, therefore, Jayson Tatum is on thermostat 14, feeling good after a thoroughly dirty Game 3. 24 points for brother Jay at halftime, it’s hot. Robert Williams III is an architect-project manager-worker racket, and if you didn’t get it, we mean the guy is doing a monster project and Miami can’t change a thing about it. Logically, the halftime gap is already titanic, and by titanic we mean a Jay Tatum gap, or 24 points for Boston.

Quite complex to explain why the Heat wallowed so miserably when they had the cartridge to step on the NBA Finals. We feel tired, very tired: defensively, the area takes in water without being modified in the background. Víctor Oladipo was in good shape in the first half, this is no longer relevant in the second act. Like Vic’, all the Heat players look washed out. It is true that it was necessary to give it very, very intensely in defense and above all to ensure in attack, but Miami presented two radically opposite faces between Saturday and tonight. The address won’t come from the whole party huh, but you had to suspect it. Jimmy Butler, the South Beach star, seems genuinely upset about his knee: scrambled shots, refusal to play percussion, lack of pizzazz … not joy. Come on, we must highlight the work of the Celtics who played their game naturally, seriously from start to finish. Of course, when the adversary appears washed up, it helps a lot, but hey, let’s give back to Caesar what is Caesar’s. Was Jayson Tatum hot in the first half? He finished the job calmly, giving 31 points, eight rebounds and five assists, clean and efficient. We also sent a high five to Al Horford. Like Oladipo in Game 3, he put in a boss performance without being the darkest line on the stat board: five points, thirteen rebounds and four blocks. Very tough defense, huge physical impact in general… 35 years old and more rods than 99% of young people under 25, it’s that there he does more than resistance. And at the game level? Well, there are five minutes left and Spo’ sends to the back of his bench to get some sun. Finished, thanks but no thanks for this non-game, if we had known, we probably would have stayed in the bag.

You have chosen to stay in the company of Morpheus, do not worry because on the NBA side, you will not have missed much. Boston went back to 2-2 in the series before the return of hostilities in Florida, but it was a hit as wide as it was boring for fans of the orange ball. We hope to have the right to a pure game in Miami, because that’s where it’s starting to do well to watch games without suspense.

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