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Kyle Lowry Has A Message After Game 1 Win Over Celtics

Kyle Lowry #7 of the Miami Heat sits on the bench prior to game one of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celtics at TD Garden on May 17, 2023 in Boston, Massachusetts. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.
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The Miami Heat continue to shock the world by stealing homecourt advantage in every single playoff series thus far.

Erik Spoelstra’s team stormed the TD Garden and dominated the Boston Celtics at will, thriving in the second half, with Joe Mazzulla having no answer for them.

The Heat are threatening to become the first eighth seed to make it to the NBA Finals since the New York Knicks pulled it off in 1999.

When asked about it, Kyle Lowry simply pointed out the fact that they’re not the typical No. 8 seed, and he couldn’t be more right about it.

For years, Jimmy Butler and the Heat have made it quite clear that they could care less about playoff seeding or the regular season.

They know they have to win on the road to becoming NBA champions, and they’ll embrace that challenge every day of the week regardless of who they have to face and when or where they have to face it.

That’s not your typical strategy, and homecourt advantage often goes a long way in the playoffs with all that traveling, especially this deep into the season.

But the Heat have one of the best coaches in the game in Erik Spoelstra, not to mention some strong-character players that will always rise up to the occasion.

To make this run even more impressive, they’ve been without their second-best scorer, Tyler Herro, for pretty much the entire postseason, and he might not be ready to suit up at all, even if they make it to the NBA Finals.

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