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Awe at the first Boston playoff game is described by the Celtics trade acquisition.

On Sunday, April 21, 2024, in Boston, during the second half of Game 1 of an NBA basketball first-round playoff series, guard Jrue Holiday of the Boston Celtics drives toward the hoop while Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro, back center, defends.

Boston — In the NBA, Jrue Holiday has witnessed almost everything. In addition to being named to All-Star teams and winning titles and gold medals at the Olympics, he is regarded as one of the league’s top defensive guards.

 

However, the 33-year-old guard is still learning a few new things. As Holiday is playing in his first postseason with the Celtics, he will also be experiencing the TD Garden crowd’s support. Holiday has played on the other side of the ball frequently, but in this decisive Game 1 victory over the Heat, he was a Celtic.

It was fantastic,” stated Holiday. It made a lot of noise. It was excellent. The throng was crazy. from the two or three hours prior, while we were getting ready and arriving. I think it’s crucial that the Boston supporters support us and that this place is unlike any other.

With his play and body of work, Holiday has already gained the respect of his teammates, but it definitely doesn’t hurt that he is the only player on the squad with a ring. Although the C’s have a ton of postseason experience, no one else has truly felt the excitement of taking home the championship. They have therefore relied on Holiday’s year-long experience as well as his 2021 title run in Milwaukee.

 

Although they are still very early in their postseason run, the Celtics hope to reach that position. Though, realistically, there will be skeptics until they win it all, their performance in Game 1 made it seem very unlikely that they would miss the postseason.

Even though his counting stats don’t convey the whole story, Holiday played a significant role in the triumph. He kept the Heat off-balance because they are still getting used to life without their star player, Jimmy Butler. Additionally, Jaylen Brown noted that when it comes to Holiday and the playoffs, “you can see it in his eyes.” Therefore, with Game 2 scheduled for Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Garden, the Celtics will aim to grab a 2-0 series lead against the Heat.

 

According to Brown, “He takes it to a new level and increases his competitiveness, his attention to detail, and his focus is very high.” We all have that accountability, so our guys can communicate with each other in that way if you make a mistake, and it not be derogatory or negative. We take it, we accept it and we improve on it.

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