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HEAT at CELTICS | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | December 4, 2019 The Boston Celtics defeated the Miami Heat 112-93. Jaylen Brown led the way for the Celtics …

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This NBA’s video is titled HEAT at CELTICS | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | December 4, 2019 and credited to NBA. Viewing time is 00:09:34, enjoy our fellow NBA fans!


  1. After 20 plus games including this one. Three things is true for the miami heat.
    1. Miami Heat is a TURNOVER machine. Averages about 20 turnovers per game.
    2. Has a sloppy defense
    3. No tank for a back to back games
    4. Can only beat losing teams ( houston and bucks?, nah, houston blow em out the 2nd game)
    5. Very good in killing their own rhythmn. Subbing out the hot guy.
    6. This game, on the 4th quarter, 4 players played 10 minutes, on a back to back game. Nice

  2. I agree with KG. Kyrie has no balls to play in Boston. No balls and pride. I've seen how Celtics fans booed opponents like Kobe, Magic, and Michael Jordan in the past. When they played their last game in Boston, fans honored and appreciate them. For Kyrie's case, not only a piles of booos and bashing he will get in his visit in the TD Garden. Kyrie Irving will be a villain and will remain a villain even after his playing days are over.

  3. My Celtics team is loaded with flavor… You never know who's opportunity is going to be to shine for "that" game… Jaylen Brown did his thing on tonight.. who's going to shine next game!!!?????

  4. Erik spoe n pat will make a huge mistake not to realize this, no way u can win championship without dion waiters, just forget about the great winning both home n away, the presence of dion ball sense really matters more than anything. waiters is a huge difference in miami heat. heat players will need his help now. spo don't tryna over work this rookies, give the relieve to allow dion to play so rookies can stay fresh in the game csuse the already been playing too much game

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