The Miami Heat set a new franchise playoff record in Game 2 against the Boston Celtics by making 23 3-pointers.

The Miami Heat made history on Wednesday night when they defeated the Boston Celtics 111-101 in Game 2 of the playoffs by making 23 3-pointers.


With 5:37 left in the fourth quarter, Jaime Jaquez Jr. hit Miami’s 21st 3-pointer, shattering the previous team record. Miami made 23 of 43 shots from beyond the arc during the game.

Miami’s prior record of 20 3-pointers, set against Milwaukee on May 22, 2021, was eclipsed by this performance. The Heat record of 24 3-pointers made in a game, which was set in Oklahoma City on December 14, 2022, was just one shot shy from being tied.


With six 3-pointers, Tyler Herro led Miami, and Caleb Martin had five. During the contest, at least two triples were made by six Heat players.

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