In one of the wildest finishes in NBA postseason history, Derrick White's game-winning basket on a putback with less than a second.
Remaining propelled Boston to a 104-103 victory against Miami, forcing a Game 7 in the Eastern Conference finals.
After Jimmy Butler led a frantic comeback for the Heat, who were trailing 98-88 with more than four minutes remaining (he scored 13.
Of Miami's final 15 points, giving them the lead with three free throws with three seconds left), the Celtics inbounded the ball, a.
Marcus Smart three-point attempt missed, and White, a sixth-year pro, swooped in to grab the rebound and score the game-winning basket.
Boston had double-digit leads in the second and fourth quarters, but Miami overcame the deficits to give itself a chance with a few seconds left.
Boston made up for their 7-for-35 shooting from three by getting to the free-throw line and making 29 of 34 attempts. Jayson Tatum totaled 31 points, 11 rebounds, and 5 assists in the game.
In addition to Smart's 21 points, Jaylen Brown added 26 points, 10 rebounds, and three assists.