Chris Bosh had nine points in the first half but mostly watched in the second.
Fight for it
With the Eastern Conference finals tied 2-2, Celtics star Rajon Rondo wasn't conceding anything to Shane Battier and the Heat in Monday's Game 5 at American Airlines Arena. And Rondo and Boston rallied for a 94-90 win, moving within one win of the NBA Finals.
See ya in Boston
The Celtics celebrate after winning their third straight game and moving within a win of the Finals. Game 6 is in Boston.
Pierce the defense
Paul Pierce finds the going tough against Shane Battier and the Heat early on, but hits a huge 3-pointer in the final minute. He had 19 points.
Heat forward Chris Bosh, making his first appearance in the series after returning from an abdominal injury, makes his presence known in the first half with nine points and six rebounds, but disappeared in the second half, going scoreless with one rebound.
LeBron James wasn't hurting too badly as he torched the Celtics in the first half, but he cooled in the second as the Heat faded. He finished with 30 points and 13 rebounds.
Down ... and out?
Dwyane Wade scores 27 points but can't get the Heat off the deck in the final minutes against Paul Pierce and the Celtics.
Think about it!
Erik Spoelstra's Heat could be about to fall short of the championship again, and that might be the end of the Big Three.
Ray Allen and the Celtics found the going tough early on falling behind by 15 in the first half.
White hot Heat
The Heat, who "white out" their crowd for big games, had shirts laid out for fans in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals at AmericanAirlines Arena.