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Celtics vs. Heat live stream: Watch Game 7 of East Finals in Miami

How to Watch the Boston Celtics vs. Miami Heat Game 7 Livestream Online


🔴 LIVE 📺📲👉 Celtics vs Heat Game 7 Online


🔴 LIVE 📺📲👉 Celtics vs Heat Game 7 Online


Game 7 of the series will be at TD Garden in Boston and the game will be aired on ESPN. Fans without cable looking to stream the game can watch it online via fuboTV or DirecTVStream. Both streaming services offer free trials. Fans looking to attend the games can purchase tickets now via StubHub, Vividseats and TicketNetwork.



What time does the game start? What TV channels will it be on? Friday’s NBA Playoff game will tipoff at 8:30 p.m. ET at TD Garden. Coverage will air on TV via ESPN.



Jayson Tatum wants experience to be the Celtics’ guide as they return home with a chance to wrap up their first trip to the NBA Finals since 2010.



Tatum was a rookie during Boston’s run to Eastern Conference finals in 2018, when it grabbed a 3-2 series lead over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.



He also remembers what it felt like as the Celtics watched James unravel their dreams with a 46-point performance in the Cavaliers’ Game 7 win, followed by a 35-point effort in Cleveland’s decisive Game 7 victory at TD Garden.



Boston again has a 3-2 conference finals lead, this time over the top-seeded Miami Heat with Game 7 set for Friday.



Tatum said this feels different.



“I’m a lot better. (Jaylen Brown) is. We’re just older. And we’ve been through those tough times,” Tatum said. “But the mindset and the talk that we had after the game was we were down 3-2 last time (in semifinals vs. Bucks) and had to go on the road to win Game 7 and we did. So we can’t think that it’s over with.”



Tatum wants to see Boston maintain the mentality of the underdog.



“We need to go back home like we’re down 3-2. With that sense of urgency that it’s a must-win game,” he said. “Not relaxing because we’re up. ... The job’s just not finished yet.”



The Celtics do seem to be facing a Heat team that over the past two games hasn’t come close to resembling the one that won Games 1 and 3.



All-Star Jimmy Butler insists he’s fine but appears to be at least slowed by the right knee inflammation that sidelined him during the second half of Miami’s Game 3 win. Over the past two games, he’s scored just 19 points while shooting 7 of 32 from the field.



Kyle Lowry has all but disappeared offensively since returning from a hamstring injury and reigning Sixth Man of the Year Tyler Herro has missed the past two games with a groin injury.



It’s all contributed to the Heat going from shooting an NBA-best 38% from the 3-point line during the regular season to just 29% in the conference finals.



“Honestly, it doesn’t matter,” Butler said. “If I’m out there, I gotta do better. I gotta find a way to help us win and I haven’t been doing that. I’m fine, my knee is OK. I just gotta do better. It’s no excuse.”



Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said his faith in his team remains strong.



“We’re still alive,” he said. “That’s all we’re thinking about right now. We have the kind of warriors that are gonna tape up, brace up, do whatever we gotta do to get ready for the next one and just embrace and enjoy that competition.”The Miami Heat are still alive. After falling behind 3-2 to the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals, the Heat pulled out an impressive win in Game 6 to extend the series and force a decisive Game 7 on Sunday night in Miami.



In Game 6, the Heat showed a collective ability to bounce back, as did several key contributors on their roster. After scoring 27 total points in Games 3, 4 and 5, Jimmy Butler willed the Heat to victory with a playoff career-high 47 points in Game 6. He also added nine rebounds and eight assists in what was arguably the best performance of the postseason so far.



Similarly, Kyle Lowry had more points (18) and assists (10) in Game 6 than he had in the rest of the series combined. Both of those guys have been battling injury issues this postseason, but they've clearly tried to fight through them and be available for their team. Now, the Heat sit just one win away from their second Finals berth in the past three seasons, while the Celtics are looking for their first Finals appearance since 2010.



On Sunday night, one of the teams will move on to face off against the Golden State Warriors, while the other team's offseason will begin. Here's everything you need to know about the seventh game between Miami and Boston.



Boston hasn't won a Game 7 on the road since the 1974 NBA Finals, excluding the 2020 playoffs that were played in the Florida bubble. However, they've already won twice in Miami this series -- Game 2 and Game 5. The Celtics also own a 6-2 record on the road in the 2022 playoffs.



The keys for the Celtics are limiting turnovers and preventing the Heat from getting too many offensive rebounds. The C's have allowed the Heat to score a ton of points in this series off turnovers and from second-chance opportunities. If the Celtics stay under 15 turnovers they will probably win.



The Celtics had a chance to reach the Finals on Friday night but couldn't protect a late fourth-quarter lead in Game 6. Jimmy Butler scored 47 points -- the second-most for a player facing elimination in playoff history -- to help the Heat stave off elimination on the road.



Boston hasn't won a Game 7 on the road since the 1974 NBA Finals, excluding the 2020 playoffs that were played in the Florida bubble. However, they've already won twice in Miami this series -- Game 2 and Game 5. The Celtics also own a 6-2 record on the road in the 2022 playoffs.



The keys for the Celtics are limiting turnovers and preventing the Heat from getting too many offensive rebounds. The C's have allowed the Heat to score a ton of points in this series off turnovers and from second-chance opportunities. If the Celtics stay under 15 turnovers they will probably win.



Here's everything you need to know to watch Sunday's Celtics vs. Heat Game 7, featuring NBC Sports Boston's full coverage, including "Celtics Pregame Live" and "Celtics Postgame Live."



What time do the Celtics play the Heat?


Tipoff between the Celtics and Heat is set for Sunday, May 29, at 8:30 p.m. ET at FTX Arena.



What TV channel is Celtics vs. Heat on?


Celtics-Heat will air on ESPN.



Celtics Pregame Live begins on NBC Sports Boston at 7:30 p.m. ET. Watch the show live here and in the MyTeams app.



Stay with NBC Sports Boston after the game for Celtics Postgame Live. You can watch here and in the MyTeams app.



How to stream Celtics vs. Heat live online


Celtics Pregame Live stream: NBC Sports Boston



Celtics vs. Heat: Watch ESPN



Celtics Postgame Live stream: NBC Sports Boston xfv

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