Heat Upend Top-Seeded Celtics in Game 3 as Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo Fuel Younger Players' Brilliance

In an epic display of team basketball, the Miami Heat continued their historic run on Sunday night, crushing the number one seeded Boston Celtics 128-102. Led by Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, the Heat also benefitted from the stellar performances of their younger players. Gabe Vincent led the way, scoring a game-high 29 points, with Duncan Robinson and Caleb Martin chipping in 22 and 18 respectively. "Believing in one another," Adebayo said, "believing that we can get a win. Believing that we can beat the No. 1 team in the league. You know, belief is real, and we've got a will to win." Erik Spoelstra praised his stars and their drive to make everyone better. "Jimmy and Bam are both fueling that," he said, "they are just infusing those guys with confidence ... But then they also know that they have to impact everybody else on the roster, and you know, we talk about it all the time." After another amazing win, the Heat are just one game away from their second consecutive NBA Finals appearance.