May 30, 2012; Miami, FL, USA; Boston Celtics shooting guard Ray Allen (left) talks with teammate point guard Rajon Rondo (right) in a time-out during the second half in game two of the Eastern Conference finals of the 2012 NBA playoffs at American Airlines Arena. Miami won 115-111 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE
The Celtics will look to climb back into the Eastern Conference Finals on Friday, when the host the Miami Heat.
The Boston Celtics will look to avoid a 3-0 series deficit to the Miami Heat on Friday, when the two teams meet for the third game of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Game one saw the Heat cruise to an easy 93-79 victory over the Celtics. The second game of the series was much more competitive. Rajon Rondo paced the Cetlics with 44 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds in one of the more impressive Playoff performances you'll ever see. But Rondo's effort was simply not enough, as Dwyane Wade and LeBron James led the Heat to a victory in overtime.
The series re-locates to Boston for games three and four of the series, as the Celtics look to tie things up.
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
Betting Line: Celtics are two-point favorites