Tyler Herro scored 37-Points, A Miami Heat Rookie Record, in tonights (112-109) win against the Boston Celtics. Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo, and Goran Dragic all had over 20 or more points. Boston Celtics star, Jayson Tatum, struggled in the first half scoring 0-Points while shooting 0-for-6 from the field. Jayson Tatum then fired back with a much needed, spectacular, 28-Point second-half. The Boston Celtics did not get much production from their starting shooting-guard, Marcus Smart. Smart had a terrible shooting night, 3-12 FG, 1-8 from 3-Pt, along with 4 Turnovers.
The Miami Heat hit clutch bucket after clutch bucket, capitalizing on almost every Celtics turnover in the 4th Quarter. The Boston Celtics collected 19 Total Turnovers compared to the Miami Heat, 8 Total Turnovers. The Miami Heat Bench outscored the Celtics bench by 18 Pts, which were all key factors as to why the Miami Heat have taken a 3-1 lead. If the Boston Celtics wish to win game 5, they have to take care of the ball better and limit trips to the charity stripe. All in all, the Boston Celtics played a decent game, but Tyler Herro's, 37, was exactly what the Miami Heat needed to win Game 4.
The Miami Heat look to close out the series and punch their ticket to the NBA Finals, on Friday, September 25th, at 5:30 PM PT.