Jimmy Butler puts Celtics players in his crosshairs as Heat dominate in Game 3
Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler had all of the smoke for Boston Celtics players Al Horford and Grant Williams on Sunday evening as they went on to dominate Game 3, 128-102.
Butler was on fireplace once more and had the enterprise for Williams in the second quarter. Butler drove to the hoop on Williams and put a fadeaway shot into the basket. As he was on his again, he pointed proper at Williams, who had nothing to say however to let loose an enormous and pissed off sigh.
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However, Butler was not carried out as he focused Horford subsequent.
Butler put the Heat up 23 factors and imitated Horford from Game 1, when he took a knee and made a “T” with his arms to suggest the opposite crew wants a timeout.
He completed with 16 factors, eight rebounds, six assists and two steals. He was 5-of-13 from the sector.
The Heat are one win away from an NBA Finals look.
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“That was a solid, mature, professional approach,” Miami head coach Erik Spoelstra stated. “There’s a lot of pent-up stuff here and we’re getting closer, but we still have to finish this off.”
Gabe Vincent led Miami with 29 factors and had three assists. Duncan Robinson added 22 factors and 4 assists. He was 5-of-7 from the three-point line.
Boston’s Joe Mazzulla lamented his teaching and preparation.
“I just didn’t have them ready to play,” he stated. “Whatever it was, whether it was the starting lineup or an adjustment, I have to get them in a better place, ready to play. That’s on me.”
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Game 4 is about for Tuesday evening.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.