Will Jayson Tatum, Jimmy Butler and Jaylen Brown play in Game 4? Heat vs. Celtics Injuries

The Miami Heat take on the Boston Celtics on Tuesday, hoping to advance to the NBA Finals for the second time in four seasons.

Reports of Injuries for the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics game

The Miami Heat’s classrooms and classroom teachers are on fire thanks to Coach Erik Spoelstra. After sweeping the first three matches, the Heat entered Game 4 of the Eastern Finals feeling confident that they could sweep the series.

Incredible performances from Jimmy Butler and dependable work from Bam Adebayo have propelled the No. 8 seed Miami Heat to a deep run in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

Jimmy Butler was completely shut off in Game 3. He shot only 5 of 13 from the field for 16 points. However, the Heat team was able to keep up their impressive performance because other players stepped up when they were needed.

The Heat, bolstered by a quartet of undrafted players, will face the Boston Celtics on Tuesday, hoping to earn a return trip to the NBA Finals for the second time in four seasons.

Gabe Vincent scored a game-high 29 points on 11-for-14 shooting from the field and 6-for-9 from beyond the arc.

Butler and Adebayo might have sat back and relaxed if not for the 79 points scored by undrafted players Duncan Robinson (22 points), Caleb Martin (18 points), and Max Strus (10 points).

Miami Heat forward Kevin Love scored five points and pulled down two rebounds Sunday before departing the game with an ankle ailment. Spoelstra assured the media that Love, 34, “says he’s fine” despite being unable to continue playing.

After dropping Game 3 by a score of 102-128, the Boston Celtics were on the approach of elimination. After suffering yet another defeat, Jayson Tatum and his fellow Celtics would no longer be participating in the NBA Postseason in 2023. The players’ confidence has taken a hit after a run of bad outcomes for the Celtics.

In the NBA, falling behind by three games is practically a death sentence for the underdog. A team has never won a series after trailing by that much in league history.

Fans who have been around since 2004 will remember when the Red Sox came back from a 3-0 series deficit to beat the New York Yankees and win the World Series. This means that the sky is the limit.

In Game 3, both Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown performed poorly. Tatum scored 14 points and grabbed 10 boards, but he only shot 6 of 18 from the field and 1 of 7 from deep. Brown was no better, scoring 12 points and grabbing 6 boards, but making just 6 of 17 free throws and going 0 for 3 from deep.

Brown and Tatum’s lackluster play in the Eastern Conference Finals was reminiscent of the Celtics’. Before the Heat played with resolve and unity, the Celtics were flimsy and without the will to resist.

Heat injuries:

  • Kevin Love (Lower Leg) – Questionable
  • Tyler Herro (Hand) – Out
  • Victor Oladipo (Knee) – Out for the season

Celtics injuries: