The Boston Celtics managed to hold off a late surge from the Miami Heat, securing a 110-106 victory.

The Boston Celtics successfully navigated a late surge from the Miami Heat, clinching a 110-106 victory on the road. Jayson Tatum’s well-rounded offensive performance played a significant role in the team’s success. Despite the game being overshadowed by injuries to several Heat players and the absence of star forward Jimmy Butler, it had all the makings of a potential trap game for the Celtics.

However, Boston rose to the occasion, delivering a strong effort on both ends of the court. Tatum, in particular, opted to contribute in a way that best served the team’s needs rather than solely shouldering the offensive burden, creating a more fluid dynamic for the Celtics. While the win may not have been the most aesthetically pleasing, it marked a significant victory, with the Celtics completing a season sweep against the Heat, a team that had eliminated them from the Eastern Conference Finals in the previous season.

The hosts of the CLNS Media “How Bout Them Celtics!” podcast shared their insights on this notable win in a recent episode.

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