Through the first four games of January, Hayward has averaged 19.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game while shooting 58 percent from the field. "I got a couple of shots to fall".
Kyrie Irving led all scorers with 22 on 10-for-19 shooting for the Celtics, who scored a season-high 135 points one night earlier in a win over in but were held under 100 for only the fourth time all season, the first since November 17.
The Heat took a 61-43 lead into halftime.
Their 25-15 record is solid, but they're 4.5 games back of first place.
The Celtics trailed by 26 points in the third quarter before closing on a 26-11 run.
Winslow scored 36.9 FanDuel points in the win. They trailed for 4:14 in the first quarter alone Thursday, and that set the tone for the game.
The Celtics visit the Orlando Magic on Saturday. Boston blew out the Pacers 135-108, and after the game, head coach Brad Stevens attributed the team's play as of late to the last game they lost. It was Miami's 400th consecutive home sellout. Brown was benched the rest of the half and did not re-enter until just before the end of the third quarter. Even Morris has looked like a completely different player, then again he is on his contract year. The Celtics played every other National Basketball Association team at least once in 2018; the Heat played every team besides Boston and Golden State, who they last faced on December 3, 2017 and won't see for the first time this year until February 10 in Oakland.
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