The Miami Heat's Caleb Martin may not have been the star of Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, but he certainly played a crucial role in helping his team secure the win.

The Heat trailed by 11 at the start of the second quarter and it appeared the Boston Celtics were on their way to evening the series. To that point, Martin had only played a total of 10 minutes in the playoffs and had yet to score a single point. However, as the Heat began to claw their way back into the game, Martin's energy and effort on defense proved to be invaluable.

Martin's tenacity and quickness allowed him to make impressive hustle plays, diving for loose balls and contesting shots with tenacity. He was able to get under the skin of the Celtics' offense, frequently forcing turnovers and difficult shots.

But Martin's most impressive contribution may have been his efforts to neutralize Celtics' star Jaylen Brown. Martin was tasked with guarding Brown for much of the game and did an incredible job of limiting his impact. Brown, who scored 26 points in Game 1, was held to just 21 points on 7-of-17 shooting in Game 2.

While Martin only scored two points in the game, his

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