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In the face of the apparent exclusion from the NBA finals, the Celtics reacted and prevailed 121-108 over the Heat.

The “Celts” reduced the series to 3-2 in the finals of the East and led it to Game 6, in which they will look for a draw.

Respectively, the Heat will have another “match ball” in the early hours of Monday (28/9, 2:30), the second in a row, in order to then turn to claiming the title.

Jason Tatum led the Celtics with 31 points and was backed by Jalen Brown with 28 points.

From the Heat, Goran Dragic with 23 points and Duncan Robinson with 20 points fought to avoid defeat.

The twelve minutes: 18-26, 51-58, 92-83, 121-108.

Boston Celtics (Stevens): Brown 28 (4/10 three-pointers, 8 rebounds), Tatum 31 (3/10 three-pointers, 10 rebounds, 6 assists), Thais 15 (13 rebounds), Smart 12 (2 three-pointers, 8 rebounds, 8 assists), Walker 15 ( 3/6 three-pointers, 7 assists), Hayward 10 (0/4 three-pointers), Williams, Wanamaker 2, Canter 8.

Miami Heat (Spoelstra): Butler 17 (8 rebounds, 8 assists), Crowder 14 (0/6 3-pointers), Adebayo 13 (8 rebounds, 8 assists), Robinson 20 (3/11 3-pointers), Dragic 23 (1/7 3-pointers, 4 rebounds, 4 assists), Hirou 14 (2), Iguodala 2, Hill, Olinik 5 (1).

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