Heat Changing Room Celebration Exposure: Target Black Eight Wins 6 Times After Season 12+Reverses to Build the Hardest Team in the League
In the second game of the Eastern Conference, the Heat completed a 12 point comeback and now have a 2-0 lead, pushing the Celtics to the brink. So, where did the Celtics lose?
Nearly 70% of fans believe that Gewei’s anger at Butler is the biggest reason. Nearly 20% of fans believe that Tatum’s habitual invisibility in the fourth quarter is the main reason, with around 9% of fans choosing Adebayor and 5% choosing Brown.
Undoubtedly, the outbreak of Butler’s last season was the main reason for the Celtics’ disastrous comeback. Especially after he and Gewei exchanged garbage words, Butler’s fighting spirit was completely ignited, and he directly led the team to blast out a wave of 24-9, completing the comeback. In the fourth quarter of the game, Butler faced Gewei’s defense and made 4 out of 5 shots, directly knocking the opponent off the field, which was extremely insulting.
In the dressing room of the Heat after the game, Spoelstra pointed at Butler, acknowledging his role in leading the team, as well as Adebayor and Martin. In this game, Adebayor played for 38 minutes, making 7 out of 17 shots, making 8 free throws, scoring 22 points, 17 rebounds, and 9 assists. He became the third player in team history to score at least 20 points, 15 rebounds, and 5 assists in a single playoff game, and Martin scored 25 points as a substitute.
Moreover, the entire Heat team formed a circle and shouted the slogan of winning the championship, “Six wins left!” As the least favored semifinals team, can the Heat win the championship? Now it seems that they cannot be underestimated. In the playoffs this season, they have already completed a comeback six times, trailing at least 12 points, surpassing all other teams combined (five times). If the Heat can win the Black Eight championship, it is undoubtedly the strongest myth in league history, and Butler’s historical position can soar.
Compared to Butler’s toughness, the Celtics’ two major stars, Tatum and Brown, are indeed too soft in this round of the series. Double Explorers once again pulled their legs in the last quarter. Before the East Battle of Tatum, the two games totaled 0 in 3 Mobile Warfare, with 5 mistakes in total. Brown’s game was a lackluster one, with 7 out of 23 shots and 1 out of 7 in 3 runs. He lost two consecutive home games and faced a tougher Heat than himself. It was really difficult for the Celtics to turn the tables.
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