celtics 101, heat 96 Celtics spring upset on Heat ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Barry Chin/Globe Staff Celtics guard Jerryd Bayless (11) was caught in a pick between Heat forward Michael Beasley (8) and Heat guard Norris Cole during the first half. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Heat center Chris Bosh and Celtics center Kris Humphries went after a loose ball in the second half. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Celtics guard Avery Bradley drained a 3-pointer over Heat forward Chris Andersen to pull the Celtics within 6 points during the second quarter. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Celtics center Kelly Olynyk drove past Beasley en route to a first-half layup. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Celtics forward Brandon Bass had little room to maneuver as he was pressured by Heat defenders. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Olynyk and Bradley raced Cole to a loose ball; Olynyk was called for a foul on Cole. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Beasley reached in as he went for the steal on Bass during the second half. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Olynyk dove for a loose ball early in the fourth quarter, but lost possession when he fell out of bounds. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Heat forward LeBron James didn't dress for the game, but looked like he might have wanted to join the action while on the sideline. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Bradley celebrated his three pointer that gave Boston a 88-84 lead in the fourth quarter; former Celtic Ray Allen looked less than enthused. Barry Chin/Globe Staff James let his feelings be known when he disagreed with a call in the fourth quarter. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Celtics guard Rajon Rondo tied up Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem (40) late in the fourth quarter, forcing a jump ball. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Rondo pulled in a defensive rebound over Heat forward Shane Battier with 41 seconds left. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Rondo drained an 8-foot floater over the outstretched arms of Haslem, giving the Celtics a 99-94 lead late in the fourth quarter. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Bradley gives a shout to Rondo after Rondo gave the Celtics a 101-96 lead with 18 seconds left. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Heat guard Dwyane Wade and Battier headed to the showers after Bradley and the Celtics held on for the 101-96 victory.