#8 HEAT at #2 CELTICS | FULL GAME 7 HIGHLIGHTS | May 29, 2023

#8 HEAT at #2 CELTICS | FULL GAME 7 HIGHLIGHTS | May 29, 2023

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The Miami Heat defeated the Boston Celtics in Game 7, 103-84. Jimmy Butler recorded 28 points, 7 rebounds, and 6 assists for the Heat, while Caleb Martin added a Playoff career-high 26 points (11-16 FG) in the victory. Jaylen Brown tallied 19 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists for the Celtics. After closing out this best-of-seven series, 4-3, the Heat will advance to the NBA Finals to face the Denver Nuggets. Game 1 of the 2023 NBA Finals Presented by YouTube TV will take place on Thursday, June 1 (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC).
The Miami Heat are now the 2nd No. 8 seed in NBA history to the NBA Finals, joining:
1999 New York Knicks (lost to No. 1 seed San Antonio Spurs, 4-1)
The Miami Heat will now make their 7th Finals appearance in franchise history

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39 Responses

  1. Alex says:

    The fact that last year after Celtics eliminated Heat in game 7, Jimmy said “we gonna be right back in the same situation, and we’re gonna get it done” is just crazy

    • Yaboiyikes says:

      As you can imagine, the Loston Bricktics wanted to come back and win this series only to lose in game 7. Where is the same energy they had in G4, 5 and 6. When it was a do or die game, they suddenly disappeared. They are really worthless! Especially Gaysonned Bricktum, Gaylen Brownick, Al Chokeford, Marcus Unsmart, Debrick White. They say they will make a new history. Another history of losing in the playoffs. Witness the greatest comeback failure in this overrated franchise. This team has no hope of winning a championship like the 76ers.

    • Him says:

      He predicted the future

    • Yaboiyikess says:

      Its official, Loston Reftics is eliminated, they suck, we are ready to see jayson bumtum on shanghai sharks with brick simmons and dillion bricks cause bumtum always choke 3pts
      As for miami heat, congrats for reaching the finals once again, thanks jimmy jordan, I prove myself that you are number 3 best player on my notebook, top 2 where kawhi and booker, still booker will still be best
      Good luck miami heats, destroy chicken mcnuggets and make chokic cry
      Lets go make history
      One more thing to say, enjoy the cancun loston choketics, go join lebum, stecant lurry, ja warrant, lames chokeden in the cancun

    • Rooster_Mask_Da_Sociopath says:

      But he wasnt the best player on the court imo, Caleb Martin took a big leap in the playoffs this year

  2. Mr Plow says:

    I was convinced Boston would make history after coming back and making this series 3-3. Mad repect to Miami for being ridiculously clutch at Boston in a game 7 for a trip to the finals.

  3. Gabriel Rodriguez says:

    The Celtics scoring 84 pts at a home, in a historic close out game is honestly shocking.

  4. Kyle K says:

    Wild series, a big thanks to Caleb Martin for playing out of his mind when he was needed most. This heat team is crazy resilient good luck in the finals boys

  5. RHEE says:

    Jimmy Butlers story is incredible…… if he wins this 2023 NBA Final…. His legacy in this sport is solidified IMO……….

  6. Vinny says:

    Caleb Martin deserves more props. For someone who barely gets talked about, its crazy how he did this well.

  7. V says:

    What a rollercoaster series for Heat. From getting 3% chance of winning to 3-0 up to 3-3 and finally advancing to the Finals ! Fairytale Playoff run! Congratulations Heat fan 👏🏻👏🏻

  8. Kheno Jake Obenza says:

    Now that’s what you called “a 3% game” play loud Miami !👏

  9. Under the Radar says:

    The Heat’s hope came alive with someone named Caleb Martin. The guy made crucial shots and has been consistent all through. Deserves helluva raise!

  10. MXXRE says:

    We almost choked but thank God we made it! Let’s go Heat Nation we needed this one!

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