Netease Sports reported on September 29:
The Heat beat the Celtics to win the Eastern Conference yesterday, but the sky did not celebrate after the game.
The Heat defeated the Celtics in Game 6, eliminated their opponents 4-2, and won this year's Eastern Conference Championship. As usual, in the awards ceremony after the game, confetti will be thrown over the arena to celebrate. The first two days
According to "Los Angeles Times" reporter Dan Wacker, this is a request made by the Heat. The awards will not be thrown away with confetti, so the official respects their request.
Obviously, the Heat want to keep a low profile, because they know that there will be the finals next, and the Lakers led by LeBron are like a ditch, and the difficulty of passing the level is top.
Since the playoffs, the Heat has been the biggest dark horse, full of impact. As the No. 5 seed, they swept the No. 4 Seed Pacers 4-0 in the first round. In the second round, they picked the No. 1 Bucks 4-1. The Eastern Conference finals killed the No. 3 seed Greens. Throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs, they had a 7-game winning streak and ended up with 12 wins and 3 losses.
Now, they want to continue to keep a low profile and, as a less optimistic party, launch a violent attack on the superior Lakers.