How to watch Heat vs. Celtics Game 4 via live online stream
How to watch Celtics vs. Heat: NBA live stream info, TV channel, time, game odds
The Miami Heat Under PAR Principle is in full effect and they'll slow down Jayson Tatum once again in Game 4
ABC will host Monday’s matchup between the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics with tipoff set for 8:30 p.m. ET. The game will take place at TD Garden in Boston.
Heat vs. Celtics
Date: Monday, May 23
Start time: 8:30 p.m. ET
TV channel: ABC
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN App
If you aren’t around a TV to check out this NBA matchup, you can stream the game with ABC, WatchESPN or via their mobile apps. But keep in mind that you need a cable-login subscription. If you don’t have a cable login to access ABC for a live stream, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the game.
Miami lost one of its home games but made up for it by winning Game 3 in Boston. It was the closest game of the series as the Heat pulled out the 109-103 victory. Bam Adebayo had a double-double with 10 rebounds and a team-high 31 points. If the Heat can pick up the Game 4 win, they head back to Miami up 3-1 and get to play on their home turf where they have only lost once this postseason.
Boston had five players finish in double-digit scoring, but it wasn’t enough for them to lock down the win. Jaylen Brown finished with 40 points and nine rebounds while Al Horford had a double-double with 20 points and 14 rebounds. The Celtics had the momentum heading into their first game at home but dropped the ball. They need a big Game 4 win to try and take some momentum back to Miami for Game 5. Boston is the moneyline favorite at -275 at DraftKings Sportsbook.
The Miami Heat blitzed the Celtics early in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Saturday, opening up a 26-point first-half lead. Boston stormed back to cut the deficit to one by the fourth quarter, but the Heat held on to secure a victory that gave them a 2-1 series lead despite outscoring the Celtics in just two of 12 quarters.
The good news for Boston fans is that the C's are at their best after a loss; head coach Ime Udoka's squad is 4-0 this postseason following a defeat and has lost back-to-back games just once since Jan. 21.
Monday's Game 4 at TD Garden may hinge on which team is the healthiest; Jayson Tatum (probable with a shoulder injury), Marcus Smart (questionable, right ankle sprain) and Robert Williams (questionable, left knee soreness) are all battling ailments, while the Heat have six players listed as questionable for Game 4, including star forward Jimmy Butler, who exited Game 3 with knee soreness.
What TV channel is Celtics vs. Heat on?
Celtics-Heat will air on ESPN.
Celtics Pregame Live begins on NBC Sports Boston at 7:30 p.m. ET. Watch the show live here and in the MyTeams app.
Stay with NBC Sports Boston after the game for Celtics Postgame Live. You can watch here and in the MyTeams app.
How to stream Celtics vs. Heat live online
Celtics Pregame Live stream: NBC Sports Boston
Celtics vs. Heat: Watch ESPN
Celtics Postgame Live stream: NBC Sports Boston
Mobile app: MyTeams
The Miami Heat's road trip will continue as they head to TD Garden at 8:30 p.m. ET Monday to face off against the Boston Celtics. The Heat aren't expected to win, but seeing as the odds didn't stop them last game, maybe the squad has another upset up their sleeve.
Miami is hoping for another win. They snuck past Boston with a 109-103 victory this past Saturday. Miami can attribute much of their success to center Bam Adebayo, who dropped a double-double on 31 points and ten boards in addition to six dimes.
Miami is expected to win this handily, but they should have beaten the Golden State Warriors March 23 easily too and instead slipped up with a 118-104. In other words, don't count Boston out just yet.
According to census data from 2015 I found with a quick Google search, roughly half the population of the United States resides in the Eastern Time Zone. That means roughly half of you reading this newsletter live in the Eastern Time Zone, and you know what?
I have no idea how you do it.
As you may be aware -- and according to emails and direct messages I've received, plenty of you weren't -- I was on vacation last week. I spent the week with my lady and my dog in the woods of western Michigan, along Lake Michigan. It was great, except for watching sports. Everything starts so late! Not only do you have to wait the entire day for something to start, but by the time you reach the latter portion of any game, you're fighting the urge to fall asleep.
Seriously, three days into the vacation and I was exhausted. I suppose that you grow accustomed to it after living there, but friends, you shouldn't have to. It solidified my belief that the Mountain and Central time zones are the sweet spots for sports fans. Nothing starts too early, and nothing ends too late.ghjghjj vcxdgdf