The Heat have booked plane tickets from Boston to Denver, implying that they will win the decisive Game 7 against the Celtics after three consecutive losses.

Credit: Getty Images via AFP - Scanpix
Credit Getty Images via AFP - Scanpix

Even though the Miami Heat are yet to advance to the NBA Finals, the organization is already planning for it.

With Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Boston Celtics scheduled for Monday night, the Heat have already booked plane tickets from Boston to Denver, Andy Slater from Fox Sports 640 notes, citing FAA information.

The winner of the series will play against the Denver Nuggets in the NBA Finals.

After leading the series 3-0, the Heat are not on the verge of losing it, following three consecutive wins by the Celtics. If Boston manages to pull off the comeback on Monday night, it will be the first such case in NBA history.

So far, four teams had managed to tie the series after being down 0-3 but neither of them played Game 7 at home, and all of them ended up losing the ultimate game.

Talking after the Game 6 win, the Celtics' players noted that playing golf instead of watching film after the Game 3 loss helped the teammates bond and credited the activity as the key factor in helping them tie the series.

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Teams leaders

Jayson  Tatum
29,6 PTS
56% 2P%
35% 3P%
Jimmy  Butler
24,1 PTS
55% 2P%
34% 3P%
Jayson  Tatum
9,1 REB
8,0 DREB
1,1 OREB
Bam  Adebayo
9,3 REB
6,7 DREB
2,5 OREB
Marcus  Smart
6,0 As
2,3 TO
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Jimmy  Butler
5,4 As
1,7 TO
35 MIN