Heat center Bam Adebayo says 'there's a little dogfight' in history against Celtics

Miami Heat center Bam Adebayo fasted to minimize the significance of his group’s competition with the Boston Celtics on Friday night. After losing 111-104 versus the Celtics, the Heat dropped to 0-2 for the very first time considering that the 2007-08 season.

Following the loss at FTX Arena, Adebayo offered his take on the Celtics-Heat matches. “Game by game, man. Take it game, by game. Opponents are going to be opponents. But at the end of the day, we want to win every game.”

According to a couple of NBA wagering websites, the Heat have the 10th-best chances to win the champion in 2023. Although, sportsbooks understand that this is Miami’s very first 0-2 start in the Erik Spoelstra age.

“That’s the mindset,” continued Bam Adebayo. Obviously, the history in between us, there’s a little dogfight because. But aside from that, simply a game-by-game mindset.”

Based on an overall of 130 routine season video games, the Celtics have a 79-51 all-time record versus the Heat. Last season, Boston completed 2-1 versus Miami throughout the routine season.

In the 2022 Eastern Conference Finals, the C’s beat the Heat in 7 video games. Of course, Jayson Tatum won the NBA’s very first Eastern Conference Finals MVP award.

Heat center Bam Adebayo is focused more on winning specific video games, not competition with Celtics

Furthermore, Bam Adebayo ended his efficiency on Friday night with 19 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 helps in 35 minutes played. He shot 8-of-11 from the field. In the opening quarter, Boston outscored Miami 30-22.

Defensively, the center felt dissatisfied in his group’s general effort. “It’s not our offense,” Adebayo included. “I feel like 104 points can win a game. It’s the other end we’ve got to lock in on.”

Adebayo’s 4th nasty and technical nasty resulted in a momentum shift. Both groups went on a 20-6 run. But Miami stopped working to keep up with Boston.

Tyler Herro led the Heat in scoring with 25 points in 36 minutes of action. He completed 10-of-21 shooting from the field and 2-of-6 from 3-point variety.

Meanwhile, Celtics gamers Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown integrated for 57 points versus the Heat. “We’ve got a great team and we’re still trying to figure each other out,” stated Tatum throughout the postgame interview.

“And I love playing against the Heat. We’ve got some history here the last couple years, and they push you. They make you a better team. They’ve got a lot of fire, a lot of great players, a great coach.”

Tatum and Brown ended up being the 2nd Celtics duo in franchise history to score 25 points in each of their very first 2 video games to begin a season. They signed up with Robert Parish and Larry Bird (1984-85 season).



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