Originally written on Lost My Way  |  Last updated 10/30/14
The Boston Celtics went into Game 4 Sunday night trailing in the series 2-1, but with the game at home there was a lot on their side. Coming off a big win Friday Night against the Miami Heat to keep from being swept, the Celtics charged into Game 4 on a tear, staying in the lead for the majority of the game. After the half though is when the Heat started to close the gap eventually coming back to take the lead in the fourth quarter. The Celtics were able to tie the game back up at the end of the quarter with Udonis Haslam missing a crucial shot to win the game, sending it into overtime.

Once in overtime Paul Pierce fouled out early leaving the Celtics shorthanded, but things evened out when Lebron James fouled out for the first in his career with the Heat. The Celtics were then able to hold the Heat to only one basket, with Dwayne Wade missing an open 3-pointer which could have potentially won the game.

Game 5 will take place at Miami's home court where the Celtics have struggled so far this series. If Rajon Rondo can keep up with the aggressiveness he's been showing recently it should be quite a matchup. That's not to say that Miami should be overlooked at all as Chris Bosh is reported to return for Game 5 and Wade having slow starts in the past two games. The game is scheduled to start at 830 PM Tuesday night and it will be one you won't want to miss.

TL;DR The Boston Celtics hold on to win against the Miami Heat in overtime Sunday night.

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