Eastern Conference Finals
Heat Reach NBA Finals
Bam Adebayo scores 10 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter and Jimmy Butler adds 22 as Miami punches its ticket to The Finals, taking the series 4-2 with a Game 6 win over the Celtics.
- Game 6: Recap
- Game 6: Ultimate Highlight
- Butler proves skeptics wrong, leads heat to Finals
- Heat receive Eastern Conference championship trophy
- Tatum intercepts pass, drives for tomahawk slam
- Adebayo makes two-handed slam over Theis in 4th
- Heat go on 13-0 run to put Game 6 out of reach
- Iguodala shots 4-for-4 from beyond the arc in 2nd half
- Jaylen Brown finishes with 26 points in losing effort
- Game 6: Top Five plays
Heat Eliminate Celtics
Bam Adebayo gives Miami a fourth-quarter surge and the Heat take down the Celtics in Game 6.
Butler Proves Skeptics Wrong
Jimmy Butler has made waves with other teams but his win-now attitude fits perfectly with the current Heat.
Tatum, Brown Keep Celtics Alive
Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown deliver as Boston staves off elimination and forces a Game 6.
Ignited by Kemba Walker's halftime speech, the Celtics catch fire in the 2nd half and never look back.
Heat Secure 3-1 Series Lead
Tyler Herro scores a career-high 37 points as Miami holds off Jayson Tatum and Boston in Game 4.
'Veteran Rookie' Delivers
He's just 20, but Tyler Herro wasn't about to shy away from the big shots down the stretch in Game 4.
Celtics Avoid 3-0 Hole
Boosted by the return of Gordon Hayward, Boston races out to a 20-point lead and survives Miami's 4th-quarter rally.
Takeaways From Game 3
The Celtics right the ship after a devastating loss, but the real winners are the NBA and most of its fans.
Twice As Nice
The Heat again rally from a double-digit deficit to hold off the Celtics and snatch a 2-0 series lead.
Lethal 12 Minutes
The Heat's monster 3rd quarter proves pivotal in their Game 2 win -- and possibly the series.
Bam To The Rescue
Miami's All-Star big man comes up with an incredible block late in overtime to seal the Game 1 win for the Heat.
The Celtics' clutch execution near the end of Game 1 against the Heat left a lot to be desired.