Tatum, Celtics bounce back in Game 4, blowout Heat 102-82

The seesaw series continued Monday night. This time around it was Jimmy Butler and the Heat's turn to drop a stink bomb. Jayson Tatum bounced back from a brutal Game 3 to lead the Celtics to a 102-82 win. Derrick White started for the injured Marcus Smart and was the key to Boston's quick start. Robert Williams also returned and was the krytonite needed to slow down Bam Adebayo after his stellar Game 3.

With Butler struggling and Tyler Herro out for the game with a groin injury, the Celtics defense was just too much for the Heat in Game 4. The Heat's starting line-up was held to only 18 points total for the whole game (I'm assuming this is a record) and only made 6 field goals. The series will shift back to Miami for Game 5 on Wednesday night.