The Red Sox are showing a lot of Celtics Pride as the NBA playoffs roll out

A description of the Boston Red Sox hat in the dugout during the first innings of the game against the San Francisco Giants at Fenway Park on July 19, 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts.
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The Boston Red Sox have recently played their best baseball of the year, as the team has won five games in a row and is finally showing some signs of life in the 2022 MLB season.

However, virtually all eyes in Boston are on a different team at the moment: the Boston Celtics.

The Celtics are in the middle of a special playoff race and they hope it will end with an NBA Championship.

The Red Sox want to let the world know that they are completely behind the Celtics this season.

The Red Sox would obviously like to see the Celtics get the job done and win it all.

Sharing love

It’s definitely great to see the Red Sox supporting the Celtics at such an exciting time for the basketball organization.

Celtics stud Marcus Smart certainly seems to appreciate love.

After being photographed wearing the smart jersey of Red Sox player Franিois Cordero, the Celtic Guard confirmed the return of positive energy.

As Smart mentioned, Sunday was an epic moment for Cordero for the Red Sox, the walk-off grand slam to beat the Seattle Mariners.

The Red Sox playoff is back in the picture and has finally gained some momentum.

The Celtics will be looking to achieve this in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Miami Heat on Monday.

Celtics looking to bounce back

The Celtics did not take advantage of the 3 games of their series against the Heat.

With the series drawn 1-1, the Celtics leveled the first half of Game 3.

Although Boston made things very interesting in the second half, Miami was able to survive and win 109-103.

With the win, the Heat went ahead 2-1 in the series and also stole the home-court advantage.

Bam Adebayo’s performance was a key to Miami.

After attempting an average of just 8.2 shots per contest during the first 13 play-off games of the hit, he finally took on the issue of being aggressive in Game 3 against Boston, and it paid off.

Adebayo went from 15 to 22 off the field for 31 points and on the way he added 10 rebounds and six assists.

A similar performance from the big man would probably work wonders for Miami in Game 4, but Boston must do everything in its power to prevent it.

For the Celtics, a lot will be made about how Jason Tatum plays in Game 4.

The young superstar had a brutal performance in Game 3, as he scored only 10 points in inefficient shooting.

Undoubtedly, Boston would love to see Tatum use his weak game 3 as the inspiration for a monster game 4.

If the Celtics do anything on Monday, the Eastern Conference finals will be a three-game series for Miami, with home-court facilities.

The winner of the series is likely to face the Golden State Warriors in the 2022 NBA Finals, which could be a long task.

But thanks to the support of the Red Sox and the whole city of Boston, the Celtics probably think they can do nothing.

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