In Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Boston Celtics face the Miami Heat, with Miami leading the series 3 games to none and they are one win away from securing their spot in the NBA Finals against the Denver Nuggets.
The Celtics will be determined to extend the series and keep their championship hopes alive. Both teams have impressive season records, with the Celtics at 65-33 SU and the Heat at 56-42 SU. Boston will look to improve their away record of 29-19 SU, while Miami aims to capitalize on their strong home record of 34-15 SU. In their last game, the Heat convincingly defeated the Celtics 128-102, showcasing their offensive firepower.
However, the Celtics have a competitive history against the Heat, with a current game record of 32-35 SU. Home court advantage could play a significant role, as Miami has performed well at home and Boston has shown resilience in the face of adversity.
As both teams strive for victory, expect an intense battle with NBA Finals aspirations on the line.