Boston's five-game streak of tallying 30 assists or more ended in this loss.
Tempers flared near the Celtics bench in Boston's loss to the Heat on Thursday.
As seen in the video footage embedded below, the two exchanged words near the bench before Morris shoved Brown and Marcus Smart had to step in.
Boston point guard Kyrie Irving led all scorers with 22 points, but the Celtics had their four-game win streak broken as Miami logged a season-high 33 assists.
During a timeout in the game, a discussion about play on the court got heated between Marcus Morris and Jaylen Brown that went from talking shit to Morris somewhat squaring up and pushing Brown.
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Lastly, Apple retained the same fourth position with year-on-year growth of -3.8 percent, and Acer obtained the fifth position. Additionally, said Kitagawa, political and economic uncertainties in certain countries reduced the demand for PCs.
Basketball is game of runs and Dwyane Wade knew Boston would make a run. Through 41 games this season, the Cs are sitting in fifth place in the Eastern Conference with a 25-16 record.
While Wade stole the show, other players contributed to the team's success. Then, Wade saved the day-scoring 12 of his 19 points between the four-minute mark of the third and the 10 minute mark in the fourth.
"I've been on this train with him for a long time", Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.
"Let's (go back to) late November", Wade said ahead of Saturday's game, according to Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald.