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Seth Curry ‘Salutes’ Jimmy Butler for his out of mind elimination game performance

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The Eastern Conference finals are going back to South Beach, as there will be a Game 7 between the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics as the series is now 3-3 level. Jimmy Butler rebounded from two subpar games in a row, dropping 47 points along with 9 rebounds and 8 assists.

Butler’s 47 point outburst ranks second in Heat playoff history, trailing only LeBron James’ 49 against the Brooklyn Nets in 2014. Miami put together a gritty performance, staving off elimination with a 111-103 win in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Friday night against the Celtics.

Butler mentioned after the match that a pregame call of Heat legend Dwyane Wade worked like a tonic for his bursting performance on Friday nights’ game. 

Butler’s game winning performance attracted a lot of reactions around from the former and current stars. Brooklyn Nets star Seth Curry bows the performance and gives a salute to Butler. Seth on his Twitter posted after the Friday game,

“47 9 and 8 against that defense.. salute!”

Miami Heat are hoping that these appreciations goes in way and they win back the game-7 of Sunday.

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