The Boston Celtics, about to make NBA history after beating the Miami Heat and forcing Game 7

In Game 6 of the NBA Finals Eastern Conference on Saturday, Boston Celtics' Derrick White scored a miraculous goal with 0.1 seconds left

in regulation to seal a thrilling 104-103 victory over the Miami Heat, erasing a 0-3 series deficit and putting the Celtics on the verge of NBA history.

Jimmy Butler of the Miami Heat made three free throws with three seconds remaining in the contest to give his team a 103-102 lead and what appeared to be a win and a spot in the NBA Finals.

"I'm glad we won," White said to "NBA on TNT" following the contest. "I'm glad we won, whatever it took, with my back against the wall."

Monday in an effort to become the first team in league history (0-150) to come back from a 3-0 deficit and win a best-of-seven series.

With 25 points from their star forward Jayson Tatum in the first half, the Celtics were in the lead for the majority of the game.

However, the Heat engineered a 15-3 run late in the third quarter and into the fourth to momentarily take the lead at 83-82 on a shot by Jimmy Butler.

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