The Boston Celtics prevail over the Philadelphia 76ers in a decisive game 7 of the NBA playoffs, which is the final semifinal game of the tournament. Jayson Tatum sets a new record for points scored in a game seven of the playoffs with his incredible 51 points, which allow him to dominate the game and set a new record. With this victory, the Boston Celtics have advanced to the Eastern Conference finals for the third time in the last four seasons.
There, they will face off against the Miami Heat. The game begins with the 76ers having an advantage, as they get out to an early lead. However, the Celtics quickly turn the tide of the game with a strong second quarter and an even stronger third quarter, in which they outscore the 76ers by a score of 33-10. The 76ers have a difficult time mounting a comeback in the fourth quarter, and the Celtics end up winning the game with a final score of 112-88 in their favor.
Despite strong performances from Tobias Harris and Maxey, the 76ers are unable to overcome the dominant defense of the Celtics and the incredible scoring of Tatum. As a result, the Celtics win the game. The victory sets up an exciting Eastern Conference final between the Celtics and the Heat, and it also sets up a rematch of the 2020 NBA Finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Denver Nuggets, who will play in the Western Conference final against each other.
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