Charles Barkley Makes His Thoughts Clear About Game 7 Celtics, Heat

Charles Barkley attends HBO Premiere For Four-Part Documentary "SHAQ" at Illuminarium on November 14, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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TheBoston Celticsare finally in the position they wanted to be in after going in an 0-3 hole against the Miami Heat.

Following a dramatic win over the Heat on Saturday night, the 17-time NBA champions tied their Eastern Conference Finals series, sending it back to Boston for the final match.

Everybody said the pressure was on the Heat to win Game 6 at home and advance to the Finals, but now the situation appears to have changed.

At least that s what Charles Barkley believes, as he claims the Celtics are on the verge of making history and not accomplishing that would be a big failure.

The Celtics have played better in the last three games and have all the momentum as they head home to Boston.

Not winning game 7 would be considered a failure for them.

They are just the fourth team to force a Game 7 after being down 0-3, but the first team to play that Game 7 at home and not on the road.

Erik Spoelstra and Jimmy Butler promised that they will be better and be ready for whatever happens in Game 7.

It s unlikely that the Celtics blow out the Heat as they did with the Sixers in their last Game 7, but this team has a serious chance to make history.

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