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Miami went up 1: 2 over Boston, Butler injured | Israel today


The Heat regained the home advantage thanks to a 103: 109 away win in the Eastern Priest series • Jimmy Butler, who injured his right knee, did not play for the entire second half • If Adbaio starred with 31 points and 10 rebounds

After the painful loss in the second game, the Miami Heat regained their home advantage in the Eastern Conference Finals series early Sunday morning, thanks to a 103: 109 away victory over Boston on the way to 1: 2.

The fourth game in the suspense series will take place on the night between Wednesday and Thursday.

The visitors, who did not wait long and took the reins from the start, led 18:39 after 12 minutes and went down to the break with a promising 44:62 advantage.

Boston, which already found itself 26 points behind in the second quarter, admittedly managed to recover with a third quarter of 22:31, and even managed to snap to just a point, 93:92 during the decisive quarter, but then the Heat responded with a one-sided 0: 7 to ensure Their second victory in the series.

Boston in shock, Photo: Reuters

The Heat, who finished the game with a club record of 19 steals, had to make do in the second half without Jimmy Butler, who injured his right knee but is currently not expected to miss the next game.

If Adbaio starred with 31 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists for the Heat, ex-Holon PJ Tucker was great with 17 points and 7 rebounds.

Max Strauss contributed 16 points of his own.

Taitum in a lost fight for a ball,

On the other hand, 40 points and 9 rebounds by Jaylen Brown were not enough for the Celtics.

Al Horford finished the game with 20 and 14 rebounds and Marcus Smart scored another 16 points for the loser.

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Source: israelhayom

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