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 The Boston Celtics are coming off of a huge win in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat.

While it seems that Boston may have gotten some of its mojos back, it still trails the Heat 2-1 in the best-of-seven series.

Celtics budding star Jayson Tatum reaffirmed that fact on Tuesday.

The Celtics are by no means in a position to rest on their laurels.

The Heat came back from big deficits in both of their wins in the series, and they look poised to make the NBA Finals.

Miami has started the postseason 11-2 in its first 13 games. The Celtics certainly present a challenge, especially with the return of forwarding Gordon Hayward, but Miami is still in the driver’s seat in the series.

The Heat and Celtics will square off in a pivotal Game 4 on Wednesday from the NBA’s Orlando, Fla. bubble.

Tipoff for Wednesday’s game is currently scheduled for 8:30 p.m. EST.

The Miami Heat are two wins away from their first NBA Finals appearance since 2014 but have to refocus coming off a Game 3 loss to the Boston Celtics.

After winning the first two games of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Heat fell to the Celtics 117-106 on Saturday. The Heat still leads the series 2-1. 

Game 4 is 8:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday. The game was reportedly pushed back from Monday, so not to conflict with the New Orleans Saints-Las Vegas Raiders Monday Night Football game, broadcasted on ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2. 

That break is the longest the Heat have had since a seven-day layoff in late August between their first-round sweep of the Indiana Pacers and conference semifinals series against the Milwaukee Bucks.

How to watch Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics Game 4

Game time: 8:30 p.m. ET Wed., Sept. 23

TV: ESPN (Channel 206 on DirecTV, Channel 140 on Dish)

Broadcasters: Mike Breen (play-by-play), Mark Jackson (analyst), Jeff Van Gundy (analyst), Rachel Nichols (sideline reporter)

Online streaming: WatchESPN and ESPN+, YouTube TV, Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, fuboTV

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Heat vs. Celtics predictions: Who will win the Eastern Conference finals?

After losing the first two games against Miami Heat, the Boston Celtics sent out a strong statement on Sunday by winning the third game 117-106.

Boston blew double-digit leads in each of the first two games, but bounced back in a major way in Game 3, leading the entire way en route to its first win of the series.

Also, Celtics’ Gordon Hayward, who went down with a grade 3 ankle strain over a month ago, made a comeback and played for 30 minutes in Game 3.

On the other hand, Miami, despite losing the Game 3, are still the most dominant team in the conference in this year’s playoffs and are the favourites to come out of the East. They have shown plenty of toughness throughout its surprising playoff run, and doesn’t figure to be knocked off track by one loss.

Miami Heat vs Boston Celtics Conference Finals Results –

Game 1 – Miami Heat beat Boston Celtics 117-114

Game 2 – Miami Heat beat Boston Celtics 106-101

Game 3 – Boston Celtics beat Miami Heat 117-106

Miami Heat vs Boston Celtics Head-to-Head

The two teams have met on 20 occasions including the last three games of the conference final. Miami Heat has edged out the Boston Celtics with 11 wins to 9 which also includes two series wins in three.

The last time that the Celtics defeated Heat in a series was way back in 2010 when the Boston based club handed a 4-1 defeat to their opponent.

Where Miami Heat vs Boston Celtics Game Conference Finals Game 4 will be streamed & broadcast in India?

Miami Heat vs Boston Celtics Conference Finals Game 4 will be broadcast on Sony Sports & Live Streamed on Sony LIV and FanCode in India.

The surgery caps a trying season for Langford who always seemed to find new ways to get injured. After his recovery from offseason thumb surgery, which cost him the Las Vegas Summer League, Langford looked to earn minutes in the Celtics rotation. But, strained his groin during training camp and later suffered multiple ankle sprains.

He injured the wrist in his first playoff minutes in Game 1 against the Philadelphia 76ers, but managed to come back and play the remainder of the series. He saw 23 minutes in Game 2, a Celtics blowout. He then strained his groin less than 90 seconds into a surprise stint in Game 2 against the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals.

“That stinks. He’d be better able to answer the emotional roller coaster you go on when you experience those injuries and those setbacks, and it’s always been significant enough that it’s been at least a portion of time, not just a day here or there," Brad Stevens said after the initial wrist injury. "I feel for him. He is a hard-working guy, he’s a tough guy and I think he’s got a bright, bright future.”

The 6′4″ Langford was one of Indiana high school basketball’s brightest stars, but the thumb injury hampered his shooting at Indiana University. The Celtics drafted him 14th overall in last year’s draft with the intent on fixing the bad habits that crept into his jump shooting form because of the injury. Langford appeared in 32 games for the Celtics, but immediately it was his defense that stood out rather than his offense. Still, he was able to find ways to contribute offensively without being the dominant scorer he’s been used to.

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