“One Hell of a Team”: Twitter NBA Goes Crazy as Miami Heat Advances To the NBA Finals




The Miami Heat have advanced to the NBA finals for the first time since 2014. They outplayed the Boston Celtics for the entire series with a complete team effort. The final game in the series was an absolute blood bath until the fourth quarter.

In the last 9 minutes of the game, the Heat outscored the Boston Celtics 35-17. It was the final nail in the coffin for the Celtics as they failed to make the NBA finals once again.

For the Miami Heat, Jimmy Butler will be heading to his first-ever NBA finals. While he played well in the decisive Game 6, it was Bam Adebayo who was the star of the show for the Heat. Bam finished the game with 32 points on shooting 73.3% from the field.

Also, rookie Tyler Herro had another clutch fourth-quarter performance in the books. Herro scored 10 of his 19 points in just the final quarter! What a player he has become for the Heat in this postseason run.

Following the victory, Twitter blew up with hearty congratulations and praise for the grit and grind Heat team.

The Miami Heat will now be facing heavy championship favorites the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals. Moreover, it will be a reunion with their ex-superstar LeBron James, who left the team si years ago.

Miami Heat vs Los Angeles Lakers: Who will be victorious?

Jimmy Butler celebrating in 2020 NBA playoffs
Miami Heat forward Jimmy Butler (22) reacts against the Boston Celtics during the first half in game five of the Eastern Conference Finals of the 2020 NBA Playoffs at AdventHealth Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

This has been a Cinderella run by Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat. When Butler signed with the Heat, many were skeptical of his decision, but at the end of the day, it paid off well. Now, only the LA Lakers stand in Heat’s quest for the NBA title.

Although the Heat have been nothing but amazing in this postseason run, the Lakers are a tough team to beat. The star duo of LeBron James and Anthony will have Heat’s defenders hands full in the entire series.

Moreover, there is a good chance this series could go to seven games. Whatever be the case, one thing is certain, the NBA Finals will be entertaining this year.

What do you think? Who will be victorious? Will it be LakersNation or the Heat Nation?