Thursday's National Basketball Association roundup: Heat shooting sinks Celtics

Celtics 99- HEAT 115 Game Recap

Celtics 99- HEAT 115 Game Recap

They've put together solid win streaks but also found themselves dropping multiple games in a row.

Miami Heat forward James Johnson, top, goes to the basket against Boston Celtics guard Kyrie Irving (11) during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019, in Miami.

The team's four-game winning streak came to a close, as well. Afterward, Rozier let is be known that he considered Wade to be his idol and revealed that he let Wade know that it was "mandatory" that his game-worn jersey go to Rozier.

The Boston Celtics have hit the midway point of the season and are now 25-16, good for fifth in the Eastern Conference. Marcus Smart followed behind with 18 points and Jayson Tatum contributed 17 points as well.

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Basketball is game of runs and Dwyane Wade knew Boston would make a run.

The Celtics will be in Miami to face the Heat tomorrow night.

So he stopped them at the brink of collapse.

Yeah, not a great look for a player whose undesirable attitude often has coincided with underwhelming play in his junior season. The Celtics came into Thursday averaging 19.8 foul shots per game, third-fewest in the National Basketball Association this season. Miami led by as many as 26 shortly after halftime, then saw the Celtics peel off 16 unanswered points before Wade helped quickly restore order. Derrick Jones Jr. was all over the court, connecting on threes, finishing plays inside, getting rebounds, and making insane steals while putting in 14 points. Through the first four games of January, Hayward has averaged 19.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game while shooting 58 percent from the field.

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