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Will tonight continue the steps towards history? We are live from Miami.

Well here we are at game six of the Eastern Conference Finals. Defense will set the tone and let's hope the Celtics remember that! Play as a team and absorb Miami's punches. Tonight should be a dogfight. I'd prefer the C's to go off and destroy them. 

JB strikes first tonight... Going to need to see him come out strong tonight. JB hits his patented jumper and is off and running. C's need to keep the ball moving. Great D overall from the Cs! Need to keep it up! So far we are deadlocked and tied up. 

JT hasn't found his rhythm yet but it's coming. There he goes to the rim and scores! JB is cooking early! Why do the refs treat Butler like he's an all time player? Clearly he's NOT! Martin is playing so far above himself it makes me sick. 

Decent first quarter for the C's to this point. 

Need a big quarter from JT. Marcus just made Vincent look weak and too small! Grab that AND ONE! C's need to work on their three point defense. Right now Vincent is yet again playing above himself. C's need to tighten up grabbing the boards. 

JT with a Jordanesque fall away! Another Jordan fall away! Tatum is looking pretty good right now. Hopefully this is one of those special JT games. Take over on both ends JT! 

C's are dominating on D and O! JT is passing up threes for easy twos! I Love it! He can't be stopped tonight! Keep it rolling JT! A little above three minutes to go in the second and it would be nice for a Celtics run! Finish this quarter and half off strong! Refs are literally stealing this game from the Celtics. 

C's need to play their two best quarters of the season right now. A four point, that I expect to go up in the third. JB just manned up Martin and scores! Spo challenges it come on man that's weak. I think fear is starting to settle in the Heat players and coaches minds. 

C's just got robbed! Another phantom call goes on the C's. This is becoming disgusting the way the refs are calling it. Great D by DWhite yet again. Marcus with a huge three! Heat get the ball and get another phantom call. Will these refs just let the game play out. 

Close game and the C's are gonna need to loosen up and go hard. Marcus scores out of the timeout. Marcus for three! Another horrid call.... Refs doing their best to keep this game close. If not steal it for Miami. I'm sick. 

C's are a good run away from taking this game. Let's hope they can. C's have gotten the lead to eleven. JB is at the line. He hits em both with the utmost confidence! We are a quarter away from extending this series back to Boston. 

Jayson Christopher Tatum and Jaylen Marselles Brown please stand up and play the quarter of your lives. Defense defense defense! I hope the refs keep their whistles in their pocket. Be fair please. DWhite with a big threeeeeeeee! DWhite giving up his entire body to get a charge. Butler elbowed him in the face. 

JB huge play and free throws right there. Huge D by Al! JB back to the line off the break! C's need to close hard and D up! JT forces the contact and is getting to the line. Attack attack attack! JT with a big basket off the Smart pass. DWhite for THREEEEEEEEE!!!!! Marcus inside with a chance at an AND ONE! 

DEFENSE DEFENSE DEFENSE! Thats what we need! HUGE OFFENSIVE REBOUND BY JB! Coach Joe with a much needed and well utilized timeout. Need a hall of fame play right now! Not a good play guys. The game is in the balance as the Heat have a one point lead. After Butler made several free throws. The play is in there are three seconds left. Ball goes to Smart the shot is up.... It's in and out White grabs the offensive board and scores with no time left! C's win! Cs win! C'S WIN! 

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