Victor Oladipo was an unfortunate sign for the heat in the 4th game

Victor Oladipo # 4 of the Miami Heat threw the ball against the Boston Celtics in the third quarter of Game Four of the 2022 NBA Playoff Eastern Conference Final on May 23, 2022 at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
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The Miami hit was a rough night Monday, with the Boston Celtics losing 102-82 in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final.

The rate goes back to Miami, making the series 2-2.

Although most of the hits in Game 4 went badly, one player stood out with a good game: Victor Oladipo.

However, Oladipo’s performance was actually bitter.

Oladipo, with his 23 points, surpassed all hit starters (18 points) in Game 4.

This is the lowest number of points by a team’s starters in a play-off game since 1970.

So it was a good night for Oladipo – and a bad night for the rest of the heat.

Warm heat

The Celtics took the heat out on Monday night.

No matter how hard Miami tried, Boston had their answer and repeatedly shut them down and limited their best players.

The Miami starters could do nothing.

Left Adebayo had the most points at 9, Jimmy Butler had just 6 and Kyle Lowry had 3.

On the other hand, PJ did not get a single point of money.

Neither did Max Strauss.

Nothing completely different from that hit starter.

It was a tough game for the Miami faithful, who hoped the team could steal another win in Boston and go 3-1 up.

Instead, they are now tasked with finding out what went wrong and correcting things.

Oladipo will have to play like him in the upcoming matches.

However, the rest of the team will have to increase it.

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