Celtics rally in late game to take 3-0 series lead over Pacers

Miracle Comback: Celtics Defeat Pacers 114-111 in Game 3 of NBA Eastern Conference Finals, Taking Commanding Lead

The Boston Celtics staged a remarkable comeback to defeat the Indiana Pacers 114-111 in Game 3 of the NBA Eastern Conference finals, taking a commanding 3-0 lead. Despite missing star guard Tyrese Haliburton due to a hamstring strain, the Pacers managed to build an impressive 18-point lead over the Celtics, holding a 109-101 advantage with just under three minutes remaining in the final quarter. However, Boston rallied and scored 13 of the game’s final 15 points to secure the victory.

A key play by Jrue Holiday, who battled through illness to contribute 24 points, nine rebounds, and three steals, helped the Celtics take the lead late in the game. His hustle on both ends of the court, including a crucial steal and free throws, sealed the win for Boston. Holiday’s determination and resilience in the face of adversity were highlighted after the game.

Jayson Tatum led the way for the Celtics with an incredible performance, scoring 36 points and contributing 10 rebounds and eight assists. Jaylen Brown added 24 points to help Boston secure


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