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CELTICS at HEAT | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | September 27, 2020 Led by Bam Adebayo’s playoff career-high 32 PTS, 14 REB and 5 AST, the Miami Heat …

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  1. Hats off to Miami,,, But Boston wasn’t ready and I put that on Brad Stevens. He had no answer at times and the defense was pedestrian. Boston needs to move on from him. Two years in a row this team has come up short.

  2. The celtics are one of the more disappointing power house basketball teams known to mankind! All that talent and still cant make the finals…. kinda like the Yankees

  3. If Herro doesn’t get hurt, I think he will be the best white player since Larry Bird. He has only gotten better at every level. His game has gotten more efficient from high school to college and from college to the NBA. He will get stronger, more athletic, and have more stamina to play 35+ minutes, I don’t see him going backwards with all his new resources.

  4. Miami fan from New York here

    Please win the finals, the heat haven't won he finals since I started watching and I'm done with watching the finals with my team not in it and I'm sick of lebron.

  5. Amazing how the BIG Lakers
    controlled the game!! Thies was the reason we lost bc
    Stevens should have played Kantner at center Thies at power forward and let Tacko
    Play the last3 minutes of halves to see what he could do!! Stevens is a high school
    Coach not Nba caliber!! He stated he's working with TACKO on his ball handling
    skills????? Wow should have signedBilly Donovan!!

  6. Prays for Boston tho…..

    It’s been more than a yr since the city has won a sports championship. Send prays for them as they struggle through these hard times

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