Celtics beat Miami Heat again.

Forget sweet revenge nor rebounding from a loss, Thursday night, the Celtics beat Heat again 112-107. While the Celtics improves to 7-2, Miami drops to... More Below... Posted by on Nov 12th, 2010 and filed under NBA, News, Sports.

Forget sweet revenge nor rebounding from a loss, Thursday night, the Celtics beat Heat again 112-107. While the Celtics improves to 7-2, Miami drops to 5-4.

Like their first match at the opening, Miami started off cold again. Miami ended the first quarter with 20 points, while Boston scored 27. A low scoring second period ensued, Miami added just 6 points and Boston 7. In similar fashion to all the Heat’s losses, every time king James scored big, the Heat losses.

LeBron led an explosive rally in the second half, scoring a total of 35 points, Chris Bosh made 15 points, Udonis Haslem scored 25 points and captain Dwyane Wade added 8.

Shaq played and scored 5 points, Paul Pierce registered 25 points, Kevin Garnett added 16 points, and Ray Allen dropped huge 3′s to and scored a total of 35 points. His first 7 shots behind the arc went in, eventually making 7-out-of-9. Allen hit seven 3-pointers for the 22nd time in his regular-season career

The green team topped the Heat 88-80 in the season opener October 26, and Miami’s players insisted it had gotten better since then.