Miami’s Big Three was better than Boston’s, and the Heat reached the finals for the second straight year. This time, they will play the Oklahoma City Thunder for the championship.
Doc Rivers had tears in his eyes. Rajon Rondo insisted more could have been done, even after he put up another triple-double. Ray Allen said he has years left in his legs.
The Miami Heat and their Big Three are going back to the NBA finals.
After surviving those old Celtics, LeBron James and the Heat get the Thunder’s young guns in the NBA finals.
The Miami Heat rallied from as many as 11 points down to beat the Boston Celtics 101-88, receiving help from LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, who came off the bench to score 19.
The Miami Heat secured a berth in the National Basketball Association (NBA) finals for a second consecutive year with a series-clinching 101-88 win over the Boston Celtics on Saturday.
Starting, not starting, it’s irrelevant to Chris Bosh right now. He’s just happy to be playing again.