“Pathetic”: Charles Barkley’s Has One Big Question for Celtics As He Slams At Ugly Home Playoff Loss…

Charles Barkley Criticizes Celtics’ Disappointing Home Playoff Loss

In a disappointing turn of events for the Boston Celtics, the Miami Heat secured a 111-101 victory in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference first-round matchup at TD Garden, fueled by a franchise-record 23 three-pointers.

The Celtics’ recent playoff struggles, particularly at home, have become a recurring theme, with Wednesday’s defeat marking another setback. Boston now holds a 6-7 record at home over the past two postseasons, a stark contrast to their league-best 37-4 home record in the regular season.

Reacting to the Celtics’ underwhelming performance, TNT basketball analyst Charles Barkley raised probing questions. “This was a shocker to me,” Barkley remarked. “It started last game. When you’re up 34 and you let them back into the game, you get from 34 to 12, they probably got some things going. But number one, you have to say to yourself, what the hell is going on when those guys play at home?”


With the loss, the Celtics have surrendered their home-court advantage in the series, intensifying their resolve to reclaim it by securing a win in at least one of the upcoming two games in Miami. This year’s Celtics aim to assuage the lingering disappointment from last season’s Eastern Conference finals.

Game 3 is scheduled for Saturday night at 6 p.m. ET, offering the Celtics an opportunity to turn the tide and regain momentum in the series.

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