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It’s Time For Boston’s Best Five To Step Up

In Game 4, Boston struggled to put their imprint on the game. Miami was aggressive and dominated both ends of the court. No matter what Celtics were on the floor, the team’s energy looked flat, and their offense blunted. This all changed down the stretch, but unfortunately, it was too little, too late.

With the Celtics trailing the Miami Heat midway through the fourth quarter, coach Brad Stevens turned to his “best five” lineup to try and see the game out.

Playing a total of 4.7 minutes together, the star-studded lineup went for 18 points on 50% shooting from the floor.