The Celtics rebound in a strong way, defeating the Miami Heat 127-102 with contributions from up and down the lineup. Lead by their three best players and a barrage of three pointers, the Celtics just were too much for the Heat to handle. The return of Marcus Smart and Al Horford also proved to be huge, as expected, with Smart having a huge 24 point-12 assist-1 turnover game. They controlled the game for 43 minutes of this game and did not look back. Patrick and Lucas explain how everything went right and look forward to the next couple games in Boston.
The Memphis Grizzlies held the end of season press conference. Nearly all of the Grizzlies rotation players were interviewed by the media...Nearly all. Does Dillon Brooks absence from the end of season presser mean anything? Does it mean nothing? The crew is back to take a look at the draft lottery, the end of season presser and some of the information gathered.
David Williams from the EthosGrizzlies team joins Sam Orlik in a retrospective of the Warriors Memphis matchup as well as a quick look ahead at the Western Conference Finals matchup with the Dallas Mavericks.
The Celtics play a good first half, only for it to be wasted by a horrific third quarter. Turnovers and missed free throws really killed the one Celtics, and they just couldn’t match the Heats second half intensity until it was too late. Pat and Lucas cover what went wrong and what could potentially go right in game two.