Heat Look to Cool Down Tatum, Brown as They Heat Up for Third Showdown with Celtics in Four Seasons

The Miami Heat are ready to take on the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals for the third time in four seasons. The Heat are coming off of two upset victories and are feeling confident, especially with their star player Jimmy Butler playing some of the best basketball of his career. Heat coach Eric Spoelstra is well aware of the challenge that the Celtics present: "You have to do your work early. Weakside defenders have to be in their spots early ... they're a very good driving team because of those two guys [Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown]. You got to scramble and make multiple efforts -- there's no easy way, but there is a way." Heat All-Star center Bam Adebayo feels personally invested in this series, saying: "We all should. They stopped our chances of going to the Finals [last year]." It promises to be an intense matchup between two teams who know each other very well. Let's see who comes out on top!