Marcus Morris shoves teammate Jaylen Brown during heated argument

Lynette Rowe
January 13, 2019

Thursday night's win snapped Miami's two-game losing streak and they now have an overall record of 20-20.

Tempers flared near the Celtics bench in Boston's loss to the Heat on Thursday.

They'll look to extend a current four-game winning streak when traveling to face the Miami Heat on Thursday in a televised matchup between the two Eastern Conference teams. Afterward, Rozier let is be known that he considered Wade to be his idol and revealed that he let Wade know that it was "mandatory" that his game-worn jersey go to Rozier.

Kyrie Irving had 22 points for Boston.

Marcus Smart scored 18, and Jayson Tatum and Marcus Morris each had 17 for the Celtics. Miami, however, continued to knock down three-pointers - as they shot 46.2 percent from the perimeter - and the end result was a 115-99 win.

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.

Dwyane Wade knew the Boston Celtics would make a run.

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Miami led by as many as 26 shortly after halftime, then saw the Celtics peel off 16 unanswered points before bouncing back.

While Wade stole the show, other players contributed to the team's success.

Brown is averaging 12.0 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1.6 assists while serving in a bench role.

"I've been on this train with him for a long time", Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.

Wade dropped three stellar three-pointers before the end of the period to help Miami regain its double-digit lead.

Josh Richardson followed close behind Wade contributing 18 points.

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