The Miami Heat are still alive. After falling behind 3-2 to the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals, the Heat pulled out an impressive win in Game 6 to extend the series and force a decisive Game 7 on Sunday night in Miami.
In Game 6, the Heat showed a collective ability to bounce back, as did several key contributors on their roster. After scoring 27 total points in Games 3, 4 and 5, Jimmy Butler willed the Heat to victory with a playoff career-high 47 points in Game 6. He also added nine rebounds and eight assists in what was arguably the best performance of the postseason so far.
Similarly, Kyle Lowry had more points (18) and assists (10) in Game 6 than he had in the rest of the series combined. Both of those guys have been battling injury issues this postseason, but they've clearly tried to fight through them and be available for their team. Now, the Heat sit just one win away from their second Finals berth in the past three seasons, while the Celtics are looking for their first Finals appearance since 2010.
On Sunday night, one of the teams will move on to face off against the Golden State Warriors, while the other team's offseason will begin. Here's everything you need to know about the seventh game between Miami and Boston.
(1) Miami Heat at (2) Boston Celtics
When: Sunday, May 29 | 8:30 p.m. ET
Where: FTX Arena -- Miami, Florida
TV: ESPN | Live stream: fubo TV (try for free)
Odds: MIA +120; BOS -140; O/U 196 (via Caesars Sportsbook)