Boston Celtics' 'sense of urgency' from start to finish propels Game 4 blowout of Miami Heat to even East finals
When things have gone poorly for the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals, it has been when they've lost focus and allowed
Miami to speed them up and turn them over, leading to fast-break points -- the one consistent way the Heat have scored in this series.
That was the formula Miami used to fuel its victories in Games 1 and 3. And so, heading into Game 4, Boston knew that in order to even
Boston knew that in order to even this series at two wins apiece, it would have to avoid falling into those same bad habits once again.
The Celtics were utterly dominant at both ends from start to finish on Monday night. Boston scored the first eight points and never looked back,
TD Garden to send this series back to the shores of Biscayne Bay for Game 5 on Wednesday, with both teams two wins away from a trip to the NBA Finals.
"Urgency," said Jayson Tatum, who led all scorers with 31 points, when asked to describe Boston's mindset entering Game 4.