I’ll give you the final. The historian Celtic pride – the pride of the Celtics – takes to the field in game five of the NBA East Finals and delivers a Boston a comfortable win (110-97) over the Miami Heat. Even the second game ball of the Florida team, who arrived at the TD Garden with a 3-1 lead and with the idea of closing the accounts, also in view of the external successes in game 1 and in game 2, is therefore nuanced
. The scenario has been completely reopened and perhaps the green-whites have managed to turn around a tardiness that seemed set in Miami’s favor. The proof of the truth will be in the Italian night between Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May: for the sixth game, the Heat is back on the field, which absolutely must not fail under penalty of the concrete risk of losing the super-playoff of game 7, again in Boston when in Italy it is the night of Monday 29 to Tuesday 30 How much concrete the threat from the Celtics is at this point comes from the words of Jaylen Brown: “They let us win two, they didn’t let us win the third”.And anyway, in this situation, those who enjoy are the Denver Nuggets, already finalists and able to rest waiting for the opponent who will challenge them for the title.
At the TD Garden, there was practically no contest – the balance was seven minutes – because Boston quickly built up a large margin and he knew how to manage it by forwarding 4 players over 20 points:White (24), Smart (23), Tatum and the above Brown (21 each). Against the Heat, who paid off on offense the absence of Gabe Vincenthad a normal course, tending towards insufficient, of the pair of aces Butler-Adebayo (30 points in two): both were stopped by Erik Spoelstra in the last quarter when the game was now addressed.
On the front of the Celtics, propelled by a true festival of three-point baskets succeeded, there is only bad news: The injury on the right arm of Malcom, still to be evaluated in the perspective of match 6 Brogdon. But the team, later having ventured the jacket for 4-0is now confident and clearly aiming for a historic achievement: in the best-of-7 playoff series, from 0-3 no one has ever recovered. In fact, stats say 0 in 150. For the franchise that holds the record for titles won with the Lakers (17), there would be the prospect not only of pursuing the all-time record for wins, but also of setting a statistical record to break. wall that has always resisted here.
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