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EVERY SINGLE POINT From Jimmy Butler’s HISTORIC 56-Point Performance! #PLAYOFFMODE

Jimmy Butler’s 56 points are tied for the 4th most points scored in a Playoff game in NBA history: Michael Jordan: 63 points on 04/20/1986 Elgin Baylor: 61 points on 04/14/1962 Donovan Mitchell: 57 points on 08/17/2020 Charles Barkley: 56 points on 05/04/1994 Wilt Chamberlain: 56 points on 03/22/1962 Michael Jordan: 56 points on 04/29/1992…

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Jimmy Butler’s 56 points are tied for the 4th most points scored in a Playoff game in NBA history:
Michael Jordan: 63 points on 04/20/1986
Elgin Baylor: 61 points on 04/14/1962
Donovan Mitchell: 57 points on 08/17/2020
Charles Barkley: 56 points on 05/04/1994
Wilt Chamberlain: 56 points on 03/22/1962
Michael Jordan: 56 points on 04/29/1992
Jimmy Butler: 56 points on 04/24/2023

Jimmy Butler’s 56 points marks a Heat franchise record for points in a Playoff game, previously:
LeBron James: 49 points on 05/12/2014 vs. The Brooklyn Nets

Jimmy Butler is now the 5th player in NBA history to record 55+ points on 65%+ shooting in a Playoff game:
Charles Barkley: 56 points, 74% on 05/04/1994
Michael Jordan: 56 points, 67% on 04/29/1992
Allen Iverson: 55 points, 66% on 04/20/2003
Damian Lillard: 55 points, 71% on 06/01/2021
Jimmy Butler: 56 points, 67.9% on 04/24/2023

Led by Jimmy Butler’s Playoff career-high and Heat franchise record 56 points (19-28 FG), the No. 8 seed Miami Heat defeated the No. 1 seed Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4, 119-114. Giannis Antetokounmpo tallied 26 points, 10 rebounds, and 13 assists for the Bucks. The Heat lead this best-of-seven series, 3-1, with Game 5 taking place on Wednesday, April 26 (9:30 p.m. ET, NBA TV).

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The BEST 2024 NBA Finals Highlights! 🏆

The Boston Celtics defeated the Dallas Mavericks 106-88, in Game 5 of the NBA Finals Presented by YouTube TV to win the 2024 NBA Finals, 4-1. With the series win, the Celtics now have 18 NBA Championships, breaking a tie with the Los Angeles Lakers and giving them the most in NBA history. Series Notables…

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The Boston Celtics defeated the Dallas Mavericks 106-88, in Game 5 of the NBA Finals Presented by YouTube TV to win the 2024 NBA Finals, 4-1.

With the series win, the Celtics now have 18 NBA Championships, breaking a tie with the Los Angeles Lakers and giving them the most in NBA history.

Series Notables
* Their most recent title prior to today came on June 17, 2008, v the Los Angeles Lakers, exactly 16 years ago to the day.

  • By going 16-3 during this year’s Playoffs, the Celtics have the second-best winning percentage since the best-of-seven Playoff format for all four rounds of the NBA Playoffs was adapted in 2003:
    * 2017 Golden State Warriors: 16-1 (.941)
    * 2024 Boston Celtics: 16-3 (.842)

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Jrue Holiday’s BEST Moments From The 2024 NBA Finals! 👏

The Boston Celtics defeated the Dallas Mavericks 106-88, in Game 5 of the NBA Finals Presented by YouTube TV to win the 2024 NBA Finals, 4-1. Jrue Holiday finished with 15 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists in the Game 5 victory. With the series win, the Celtics now have 18 NBA Championships, breaking a…

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The Boston Celtics defeated the Dallas Mavericks 106-88, in Game 5 of the NBA Finals Presented by YouTube TV to win the 2024 NBA Finals, 4-1. Jrue Holiday finished with 15 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists in the Game 5 victory.

With the series win, the Celtics now have 18 NBA Championships, breaking a tie with the Los Angeles Lakers and giving them the most in NBA history.

Series Notables
* Their most recent title prior to today came on June 17, 2008, v the Los Angeles Lakers, exactly 16 years ago to the day.

  • By going 16-3 during this year’s Playoffs, the Celtics have the second-best winning percentage since the best-of-seven Playoff format for all four rounds of the NBA Playoffs was adapted in 2003:
    * 2017 Golden State Warriors: 16-1 (.941)
    * 2024 Boston Celtics: 16-3 (.842)

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Jayson Tatum’s BEST Moments From The 2024 NBA Finals! 👀

The Boston Celtics defeated the Dallas Mavericks 106-88, in Game 5 of the NBA Finals Presented by YouTube TV to win the 2024 NBA Finals, 4-1. Jayson Tatum led the Celtics with 31 points, 11 assists, and 8 rebounds in the Game 5 victory. With the series win, the Celtics now have 18 NBA Championships,…

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The Boston Celtics defeated the Dallas Mavericks 106-88, in Game 5 of the NBA Finals Presented by YouTube TV to win the 2024 NBA Finals, 4-1. Jayson Tatum led the Celtics with 31 points, 11 assists, and 8 rebounds in the Game 5 victory.

With the series win, the Celtics now have 18 NBA Championships, breaking a tie with the Los Angeles Lakers and giving them the most in NBA history.

Series Notables
* Their most recent title prior to today came on June 17, 2008, v the Los Angeles Lakers, exactly 16 years ago to the day.

  •     With his Game 5 performance (31 PTS, 11 AST), Jayson Tatum becomes the sixth player to score 30+ PTS and tally 10+ AST in an NBA Finals clincher, he joins:
         *           Stephen Curry (2017 NBA Finals Game 5)
         *           Michael Jordan (1991 NBA Finals Game 5)
         *           James Worthy (1988 NBA Finals Game 7)
         *           Walt Frazier (1970 NBA Finals Game 7)
         *           Jerry West (1969 NBA Finals Game 7)
    
         *           He’s the ONLY Celtic to ever have a 30+ PT and 10+ AST game in ANY NBA Finals game.
    
  •     By going 16-3 during this year’s Playoffs, the Celtics have the second-best winning percentage since the best-of-seven Playoff format for all four rounds of the NBA Playoffs was adapted in 2003:
         *           2017 Golden State Warriors: 16-1 (.941)
         *           2024 Boston Celtics: 16-3 (.842)
    
  •     Jayson Tatum is the 6th player (9th instance) in the Shot Clock Era (since 1954-55) to lead his team in total points, rebounds, and assists on their way to a championship, joining:
         *           Nikola Jokic (2023)
         *           LeBron James (2012, 2013, 2016)
         *           Tim Duncan (2003)
         *           Hakeem Olajuwon (1994)
         *           Larry Bird (1984, 1986)
    

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