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Skip Bayless Makes Horrendous Joke In Attempt To Criticize Jimmy Butler

Skip Bayless probably should have workshopped a bit before sending out one of his tweets during Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals. Bayless was awfully critical of the Heat on Wednesday night, and understandably so. Miami failed to respond after it was embarrassed Monday night at TD Garden, as the East’s top-seeded team looked sluggish right out of the gate at FTX Arena.
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Heat vs. Celtics Game 5 odds, picks, prediction: A Jimmy Butler parlay

When will the blowouts end? Some say it is a lack of competitiveness. Others believe it is the hefty three-point variance that has plagued our game. It is likely a combination of factors, but for now, we know that only one game has been decided by single digits. Furthermore, it is not guaranteed that this trend ends tonight. The Miami Heat have been bit by the injury bug, as Jimmy Butler and Tyler Herro have been limited or not playing altogether. The injury report will be crucial to determining the winner of this game, so make sure to follow the latest...
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Jimmy Butler confident in Heat’s chances for Game 6 in Boston: ‘We know that we can win’

Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat have delivered two of their worst performances of the season against the Boston Celtics in Games 4 and 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Butler has shot a combined 7-of-32 from the field in those two losses since leaving Game 3 in early with knee inflammation. The Heat haven’t fared much better as a team shooting-wise with a roster that’s been banged up from top to bottom. They shot a season-worst 31.9 percent from the field in Game 5 on the heels of another horrific shooting night (33.3 percent) in Game 4, their second-worst of the year.
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Jimmy Butler, Miami's ceiling exposed in Game 4 loss to Celtics I THE HERD

Colin Cowherd says the Miami Heat has little margin for error going into Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals after losing soundly to the Boston Celtics by 20 points in Game 4. While he maintains Jayson Tatum's Celtics aren't talented enough to phone it in against Jimmy Butler, Colin shares why he still believes the Celtics have exposed Miami's ceiling.
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Jimmy Butler dismisses injury concerns after poor Game 4 outing

Jimmy Butler didn't enjoy a great performance in Game 4 but refused to make any excuses after the Miami Heat suffered a 20 point loss in Boston. The Heat had a chance to take a 3-1 lead with themselves back to Miami but the Boston Celtics had other plans as they cruised past the Heat 102-82 to tie the series to two wins apiece.
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