How to watch Heat-Celtics Game 7: TV info, streaming options and ticket prices in Miami

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The Miami Heat will play its biggest game of the season Sunday when it hosts the Boston Celtics for a decisive Game 7 in the NBA Conference Finals.

The Heat and Celtics are knotted at 3-3 in the Eastern Conference finals series, and Miami has a chance to reach the NBA Finals for the second time in three years when it hosts Boston at 8:30 p.m. at FTX Arena.

The Celtics are trying to reach the NBA Finals for the first time since 2010. The Heat has been to the Finals five times since 2011, including once with this Jimmy Butler-led core in the 2020 NBA Bubble.

How to watch Heat-Celtics

There are no local broadcasts in the Conference Finals, so Game 7 will air exclusively on ESPN.

Who: Miami and Boston

What: Game 7 of the East finals

When: 8:30 p.m. on Sunday

Where: FTX Arena


Streaming: ESPN3, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, Sling TV and FuboTV. Free trials are available for most services.

Are Game 7 tickets available?

Ticketmaster is the official partner of the NBA and tickets for Game 7 are still available, starting at $274 for standing-room-only and obstructed-view seats, as of early Saturday.

Standard seats can be had for $279.

Who’s favored in Game 7?

Even after Butler scored 47 points in Game 6 on Friday to force a Game 7 back in South Florida, the Heat is an underdog to the Celtics.

Boston is a 2.5-point favorite for the winner-takes-all Game 7 on Sunday, according to

Of the three teams remaining, Miami also has the longest odds to win the championship at plus-600. The Golden State Warriors are the favorite at minus-175 with the Celtics at plus-260 , according to DraftKings.

Is Heat’s Tyler Herro playing?

Guard Tyler Herro remains questionable with a groin injury after he missed the the last three games.

An expanded injury report will be available later Saturday and Sunday.

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