Celtics Humiliated in Historic 'Game 3' loss: Sensational Miami Heat Take 3-0 Eastern Conference Finals Lead

The Boston Celtics were thoroughly dominated and humiliated in a 128-102 loss to the Miami Heat in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Heat now lead the series 3-0, leaving the Celtics in a devastating 0-3 hole. Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra said they have “respect, deep respect,” for the Celtics while Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla simply said “I have to get them in a better place.” Celtics star Jayson Tatum offered a glimmer of hope, saying they need to “have some pride” heading into Game 4. Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck was stunned, Team President Brad Stevens was in shock, and Gabe Vincent and the Heat “never looked back” after jumping out to an early lead. With the depth of this defeat - both emotionally and tactically - the future of the Celtics is now uncertain. Will they stay together with Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown’s hefty upcoming contracts, or will the Celts break up their talented yet overpriced team? All eyes will be on the Celtics as they attempt to pick up the pieces and deal with this heartbreaking defeat.