Tiger Fight, September 24. In the fourth game of the Eastern Conference Finals that ended today, the Heat defeated the Celtics 112-109, and the series scored 3-1 to get the match point. After the game, Heat player Jimmy Butler accepted a media interview.
When asked about his help to the team’s rookie Taylor-Hero throughout the season, Butler said: "I have met some great players, Lor Deng, Carlos Boozer, and obviously Delhi. Kroos, Joakim Noah, they really taught me the sport, but most importantly, they showed me what you can get with your hard work, if you never give up. I think Taylor has everything Traits, he listens to the teachings and keeps learning. He just wants to win and he will continue to become better. Obviously, he is now a rookie, but his style on the court and his actions, you will feel like him A veteran who has been fighting for more than ten years."
Speaking of Hiro's performance since the playoffs, Butler said: "I think he has played like this for a long time. He is very comfortable. He has found his place. He has worked hard to polish every aspect of his game. Pick-and-roll or singles. I think the pace of the game slowed down a long time ago for him. Now he has played an incredible level of competition. You only see it now because it is such a deep stage of the playoffs, but he This is how he played this season, and we hope he can continue."
In this game, Hiero played 36 minutes, 14 of 21 shots, 5 of 10 three-pointers, 37 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists; Butler played 39 minutes, 8 of 20 shots, 24 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists.