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Bam Adebayo Could Not Stop Laughing At Tyler Herro’s Post-Game Fit, Rolled Up His Sleeves To Match Him

Bam Adebayo Could Not Stop Laughing At Tyler Herro’s Postgame Fit, Rolled Up His Sleeves To Match Him

The Miami Heat pulled off an incredible win in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celtics. The Heat were led by Jimmy Butler, who put on an absolute showcase against the Celtics.

Miami fans will be thrilled with the way their team played and will hope that this is how the series will go. While the Heat were all business on the court, two of their players shared a hilarious moment during the post-game press conference.

During the post-game press conference, Bam Adebayo was joined by reigning Sixth Man of the Year Tyler Herro. Herro was wearing a strange outfit with no sleeves, which made Bam Adebayo laugh out loud.

Adebayo could not stop laughing, causing Herro to start laughing as well. Before they continued with the press conference, Adebayo rolled up his sleeves to match Herro's fit.

Both players put up big numbers in Game 1 against the Celtics. While Adebayo didn't have a massive scoring night, scoring only 10 points, he did come up big on the defensive end with 4 blocks.

As for Herro, he continued his heroics off the bench, scoring 18 points, the second-most on the Heat behind Jimmy Butler's spectacular 41-point game.

The Heat will be hosting the Celtics once again for Game 2 and will be hoping for a similar result. Both the Celtics and the Heat are two of the best defensive teams in the NBA, so their games are going to be very gritty and feature a lot of tough battles.

Both Adebayo and Herro were heavily relied upon the last time the Heat defeated the Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals.

Both players played a crucial role in the Heat's incredible 2020 playoff run in the bubble, where they reached the NBA Finals, but came up short against the Los Angeles Lakers. The Heat will be hoping to go further this year, winning it all when the season is over.