Kyle Lowry has been well below par in the playoffs for Miami heat. Having made a strong start for the new franchise in the 2021-22 season, it seems like the former NBA Champ started to run out of gas. Before entering the TD Garden for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals against Boston Celtics. Where he surely came up with his lost-passion and spark.
To elaborate upon it, Lowry went overboard, trying to sell out a hard foul on Al Horford but to his own dismay, Lowry was caught acting on game camera perhaps a little too much. Not only did the home fans trolled him, but the series of Lowry’s acting has continued. But this time, it at least has ended with his side stretching the EC Finals to Game 7 which will be played in their backyard at FTX Arena. Take a look at the video below-
Kyle Lowry steps up for Miami Heat in Game 6
Game 6 between the Heat vs Celtics was all about the legendary of Jimmy Butler, who dropped game-high 47 points. Not only did Butler find his lost groove, but for the first time in the EC Finals, Lowry played a huge role for Erik Spoelstra’s team as he knocked crucial 18 points. Which even included a clutch long range 3-pointer.
With Kyle Lowry coming back to form, Heat would be expecting the former NBA Champ to show his experience once again in Game 7 as all eyes will be on whether or not Tyler Herro return to on-court action. Moreover, Bam Adebayo manging to score only 6 points in Game 6, will be find his groove back against an in-form and powerful Celtics side? Remains to be seen.
Talking about the performance of the home team in Game 6, Boston Celtics were led by Jayson Tatum with 30 points. While Derrick White and Jaylen Brown registered 22 and 20 points respectively. Will Al Horford be able to break his jinx of being the most experienced veteran to never feature in the NBA Finals? Or will the streak extend?