Home Sports Basketball Five storylines to watch in the Celtics-Heat matchup SportsBasketball Five storylines to watch in the Celtics-Heat matchup September 13, 2020 5 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp The Eastern Conference finals start Tuesday. The Celtics and Heat each stand four wins away from the NBA Finals. Here are five major storylines to watch in their upcoming series. 1. The ‘About That Life’ Bowl Even if Marcus Smart and Jimmy Butler had never met each other before, the matchup would be a good one. It makes it even better that they have history. During the first round of the 2017 playoffs, Butler and Smart had a brief shoving match that ended with the two players in each other’s faces. Afterward, Butler called Smart a “great actor” and said Smart was “acting tough.” Butler also claimed that Smart was “not about that life” — a line Smart did not appreciate at all. In his response, he declared, among other things, “It ain’t hard to find me.” Three years later, Smart should at least occasionally get a crack at the Butler assignment. As much as they disliked each… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR W.N.B.A. Postpones Storm-Lynx Game Over Coronavirus Concerns The Celtics Got Angry After Game 2. It Worked, to the Heat’s Dismay. 'The Last Dance' wins Emmy for best documentary or nonfiction series Amick: On Celtics-Heat, Lakers-Nuggets foul play and why I voted LeBron No. 2 for MVP The Joker and Batman, Part II: Dwight Howard’s dark side emerges Jaylen Brown was determined to show who the Celtics really are in Game 3 win Jimmy Butler knows where Heat went wrong in Game 3 loss Frank Vogel: Lakers may start Dwight Howard in Game 2 Steve Nash reveals bold plan for Kevin Durant next season Boston Celtics' keys for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals Denied the M.V.P., James Takes Out His Frustration on the Nuggets No comeback for this: Nuggets get taken apart in second quarter, fall in Game 1 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.